Waconia Ford is always looking to the horizon, and the future of driving may very well be an all-electric world. There are plenty of sedans and even compact EVs on the market, but what about a classic truck? Get ready for a giant leap in your driving experience with the fully-electric 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning.
Let’s take a look at this truly innovative update of a Ford classic.
Electric Power and Performance
True to its heritage, the Ford F-150 Lightning features powerful dual electric motors which power all four wheels. You’ll get up to 420-kWh of power from the Ford F-150 Lightning, equaling around 563 horsepower. Opt for the extended-range battery and you’ll get the equivalent of a massive 775 lb-ft of torque.
The Ford F-150 Lightning’s independent rear suspension gives it a low center of gravity and a solid stance, no matter what kind of terrain you might encounter. Its massive wheelbase — over 12 feet in length — complements its 8.4-inch clearance to give you a smooth ride. Be sure to visit our Ford service center for parts and modification options.
2022 Ford F-150 Lightning: Trim Levels and Prices
- Pro Trim: $39,974 MSRP
- XLT Trim: $52,974 MSRP
- Lariat Trim: $67,474 MSRP
- Platinum Trim: $90,874 MSRP
The Ford F-150 Lightning features a range of unique and innovative technologies aimed to optimize your truck’s towing capabilities. For instance, the Intelligent Range system will learn your driving and towing habits and be able to estimate your total driving range based on input that includes the weather, traffic, road grade, payload, and towing weight.
2022 Ford F-150 Lightning: Additional Smart Tow Features
- Targeted Max Payload: 2,000 lbs.
- Targeted Max Tow: 10,000 lbs.
- Trailer Brake Controller
- Onboard Scales
Other intelligent systems such as the Pro Trailer Backup Assist provide a virtual look at the impending trailer connection. The Smart Hitch will measure the weight distribution as you connect of the trailer, providing a virtual, real-time guide.
Charging and Back-Up Power
The Ford F-150 Lightning comes equipped with a 240-volt charging cable, which is the optimal mode for charging up an EV at home within eight hours. This powerful EV truck offers something extra, as well.
When your home is properly equipped with the 80-Amp Ford Charge Station Pro, you’ll be able to transfer power back to your home in the event of a long-term blackout. The extended-range battery can power your home for a duration of three to ten days, depending on your power rationing. No matter what happens, Ford warranties have you covered.