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Ford F-150 Lightning Electric Truck from just $49,995!

Ford F-150 Lightening

Ford F-150 Lightning Electric Truck from just $49,995!

In May 2021, Ford introduced the Ford F-150 Lightning, a full-size battery electric light-duty truck, as a key addition to the fourteenth generation Ford F-Series lineup. The unveiling comprised four distinct models, all of which will debut as dual-motor, four-wheel-drive configurations, boasting estimated EPA ranges spanning from 240 to 320 miles (390 to 510 kilometers).

You have the option to select from 4 distinct variants and a palette of 10 colors for the Ford F-150 Lightning

Ford Lightning Pro

  • Range : 240 miles
  • Towing Capacity : 5,000 lbs

Features:

  • Dual Electric Motors
  • Ford Co-Pilot 360 2.0
  • Mega Power Frunk
  • 12” Capacitive LCD Touchscreen w/SYNC 4
  • 2.4kW Pro Power On-board
  • Selectable Drive Modes

Price:

  • Lightning Pro – $49,995 (Lease at $670 month)

Ford Lightning XLT

  • Range : 240/320 miles
  • Towing Capacity : 5,000/7700 lbs

Features:

  • Signature Front Lighting
  • 360 Camera
  • Interior Work Surface
  • Available Extended Range Battery
  • Enhanced Zone Lighting
  • Extended Running Boards

Price:

  • Lightning XLT – $54,995 (Lease at $713 month)

Ford Lightning LARIAT

  • Range : 240/320 miles
  • Towing Capacity : 5,000/7700 lbs

Features:

  • SYNC 4A w/15.5-inch Touchscreen
  • Ford Co-Pilot360 with unique signature rear lighting
  • Leather-trimmed seating with heated and ventilated bucket seats
  • Leather-wrapped and heated steering wheel

Price:

  • Lightning LARIAT – $69,995 (Lease at $922 month)

Ford Lightning Platinum

  • Range : 300 miles
  • Towing Capacity : 8,500 lbs

Features:

  • Ford Co-Pilot360 Active 2.0 with Ford BlueCruise
  • Tow Technology Package
  • Extended Range Battery
  • Max Trailer Tow Package

Price:

  • Lightning Platinum – $91,995 (Lease at $1215 month)

The Ford F-150 Lightning is set to feature over-the-air software updates and a notable software-assisted driving system, enabling limited hands-off highway driving, although it won’t reach full self-driving capability. Some versions of the F-150 Lightning, in conjunction with the “80A Ford Charge Station pro with Ford Intelligent Backup Power capability,” have the ability to offer household-oriented V2G power. This power can potentially sustain a typical American home’s electricity requirements for a span of three to ten days.

Charging Time

  • Using a 150kW+ DC fast charger, the standard-range 98kWh battery can charge from 15% to 80% in around 36 minutes. The extended-range 131kWh battery takes approximately 41 minutes to charge from 15% to 80%.178

Towing Capacity

  • For the F-150 Lightning XLT and LARIAT models, the maximum conventional towing capacity stands at 10,000 pounds. Models with the standard range battery offer a towing capacity of up to 7,700 lbs.*

For More Details

https://www.ford.com/trucks/f150/f150-lightning/?gnav=header-trucks-vhp

By late May 2021, Ford had begun discussing other electric trucks beyond the F-series, such as the Expedition and Navigator, which are intended to be underpinned by their full-size EV truck chassis, as well as a smaller chassis which will be used for the Bronco, Explorer, and Aviator.

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