Ford wants its Texas keep their lights on by loaning out F-150 trucks equipped with power generators.

Ford needs its Texas businesses to help local people keep their lights on by crediting out F-150 trucks outfitted with power generators.

The automaker sent a letter Thursday requesting that vendors offer the squeezed up pickups to Texans who lost power on account of the huge winter storm that clobbered the South, as per News.

The 2021 F-150s accompany an underlying “Pro Power Onboard” generator that can produce somewhere in the range of 2 to 7.2 kilowatts of electricity, contingent upon the motor.

Some F-150 proprietors in Texas have utilized their trucks to power lights, radiators, coolers and different apparatuses since the unordinary frosty spell injured the state’s electric matrix, as per an online gathering for devotees of the truck.

Ford vendors in the Lone Star State have around 415 generator-prepared F-150s accessible to loan to inhabitants who are as yet in obscurity, Ford representative Mike Levine said.

“Because of the dire and phenomenal weather situation in Texas, some of our neighborhood vendors are utilizing all-new Ford F-150s outfitted with Pro Power Onboard to help in their networks,” Levine told in an articulation. “We’re proud to contribute to help Texas in this period of scarcity.”

A promotional flyer for the Pro Power Onboard highlight noticed that the generator can power gear for closely following, finishing or heavier projects like structure a deck or workmanship work.

In any case, some F-150 proprietors told that they purchased generator-prepared trucks in light of the fact that their homes recently lost power during typhoons or other nasty weather.

“The truck made all the difference,” 73-year-old Jerry Hall told the organization. “It would have been three hopeless days without the truck.”

Indeed, even Ford CEO Jim Farley called attention to that America’s top of the line pickup could act the hero in a desperate situation.

“The situation in the SW US is so troublesome,” Farley said in a Wednesday Twitter post. “Wish everybody in Texas had another F150 with PowerBoost onboard generator… .”