Ford Lightning electric pickup truck pricing revealed

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The Ford F-150 Lightning, the manufacturer’s recently announced electric truck, with be priced at just under $50,000 with its optional extended-range battery.

Ford previously released a base price of $39,974 for the 2022 pickup truck. The newly announced detail has exactly a $10,000 premium for the trim with an estimated 300-mile range.

Prices for Ford Lightning electric pickup truck have been announced.
Prices for the Ford Lightning electric pickup truck have been announced.

The prices don’t include a yet-to-be-released destination fee and details of a potential $7,500 EV tax credit and other incentives.

The Lightning is built with the same military-grade aluminum-alloy body as the gasoline versions of the F-150. However, a different frame helps accommodate the battery packs.

Ford Lightning Trim Prices Revealed

The base version of the F-150 Lightning Pro has 426 horsepower and 775 pound-feet of torque and a 230-mile range. The extended-range model produces 563 horsepower with the same torque rating. Payload ranges are a maximum of 2,000 pounds. Towing capability is 10,000 pounds.

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The Ford Lightning should be available in dealerships in the spring of 2022.

The F-150 Lightning comes only in a five-passenger SuperCrew layout, with a 5.5-foot bed length. The Lightning’s frunk, its front-loading trunk, will have 14.1 cubic feet of cargo space and will carry 400 pounds.

All F-150 Lightning Pro versions will come with vinyl seats and include Ford’s Sync 4 system with a 12.0-inch touch screen. A full-size spare and Class IV trailer hitch will be standard as will a set of driver-assist active-safety features.

Ford also recently revealed the XLT, a trim more oriented toward personal use. It will start at $52,974, with a price range capping at around $90,000. The Lightning’s public debut is scheduled for spring of 2022.

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