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Electric vehicles are the future of the automotive industry. While Ford has been a world leader in getting the most power, torque, towing, and payload out of traditional gasoline trucks, they are about to do the same with electric pickups.

What is the Ford F-150 Lightning?

The Ford F-150 Lightning will debut for the 2022 model year and is the first-ever all-electric light-duty pickup that the company has ever produced. It comes standard with electric 4x4 capability and a battery range that will keep you from worrying about having to recharge, no matter if you're driving on the highway or in the middle of a hard day on the job. The F-150 Lightning fits easily into any business' existing fleet thanks to its simplified approach to charging and offers more storage options out of the increased space offered by removing the bulky gasoline engine.


Packed with all of the advantages that zero-emissions propulsion offers – from nearly instantaneous torque to Ford Intelligent Backup Power, connected services to intelligent range, it’s a strong, capable look at what’s to come.One of the F-150 Lightning's stand-out features is the first-ever Mega Power Frunk. Taking advantage of the space where the internal combustion engine would normally be, the Mega Power Frunk offers a convenient cargo space option equipped with four 120-volt AC Pro Power Onboard electrical outlets and two fast-charging USB ports.


We’ve created a wide array of advanced technologies that can help improve the performance of your truck and your business. Including over-the-air Software Updates, powerful charging solutions and FordPass™ Integration that not only allows remote access to your truck and communication with a Ford Charge Station Pro at home for seamless access to public charging.

*At purchase, the FordPass Connect modem is connected and sending vehicle data (e.g., diagnostics) to Ford. To disable, or for more information, see in-vehicle connectivity settings. Learn more at FordConnected.com.


Every Ford F-150 Lightning pickup is powered by a standard lithium-ion battery with a power output of 426 horsepower and 775 pound-feet of torque and an EPA-estimated 230-mile range. On top of that, the F-150 Lightning gets a maximum payload capacity of 2,000 pounds and a maximum towing capacity of 5,000 pounds.