2023 Ford F-150 Lightning

Electrified for the Future
Another all-electric model is joining the Ford family. The F-150 Lightning will bring new levels of innovation to the Blue Oval's truck lineup. 

What's New for the Ford F-150 Lightning?

Except for the familiar F-150 name, almost everything is new for the Lightning, which is part of the Ford F-150 truck series and a brand-new addition to the lineup. The Lightning brings many exciting changes to the Ford F-150 lineup. Scheduled for release in spring 2022, it will be the first of its peers to use an electric powertrain.

There will be no shortage of power with the Lightning, as evidenced by the fact that it will tow up to 10,000 pounds, but it will have the proud distinction of having zero emissions and requiring fewer stops at the gas station. The Lightning is projected to have a fully electric range between 230 miles and 300 miles with an extended-range battery. Technology is another highlight of the truck, which will also hit the markets with the latest technology from Ford and one of the most contemporary cabin designs among trucks in its class.

Which Trims & Features Are Available?

Although trim-specific information has not yet been confirmed, Ford has released some details about the Ford F-150 Lightning lineup. The Lightning is expected to come in three trim levels: the Platinum, Lariat, and XLT. As with other Ford F-150 models, there will be some variation in amenities across the board. Technology will be a highlight of all three trim levels. They will share some standard technology features, including adopting the SYNC 4A technology package, including wireless Android Auto, Amazon Alexa, and Apple CarPlay. Smartphone pairing is also standard. The Lightning will provide the driver with a driver's information display on a digital 12-inch screen that is fully customizable. The truck will also get upscale features, including reclining seats in the second row and premium upholstery on the top trims.

How Well Does the F-150 Lightning Perform?

Four-wheel drive is standard with the Ford F-150 Lightning, and it will also have an automatic transmission. The Ford will have a maximum towing power of 10,000 pounds, and its payload is a hefty 2,000 pounds. The Ford can travel 230 miles on electric power with its standard battery. The two top trims also offer an extended-range battery that boosts the truck's electric range to 300 miles. Low-range gearing is also included on the Ford, and it can be charged quickly and easily at home or on the road.

Ford F-150 Lightning Safety at the Forefront

The F-150 Lightning will feature semi-autonomous driving assistance for safer and more convenient highway driving. Ford's Co-Pilot360 safety aids will also get forward-collision avoidance, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and automatic braking.

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