https://www.motortrend.com/cars/ford...st-first-test/Sandwiching a 44-hp, 221-lb-ft electric motor in between the 394-hp, 492-lb-ft 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6 EcoBoost engine and the 10-speed automatic transmission boosts total output to 430 horses and 570 lb-ft. For reference, the outgoing Raptor made 20 more horses but 60 fewer lb-ft of torque. That makes this the torquiest F-Series this side of a Super Duty Power Stroke diesel.
It zips to 60 mph in 5.3 seconds on the way to a 13.8-second, 102.1-mph quarter-mile run. It's worth noting that Sport mode returned the best results as it engages the auto-4WD function. Runs in normal rear-wheel-drive mode with traction control off generated too much wheelspin, and attempts to manually shift closer to redline also slowed the truck down (power peaks at 6,000 rpm, and there's little need to rev higher).