Everything Ford F-150 Lightning Drivers Need to Know About Charging an Electric Vehicle
Ford Motors’ F-series trucks have been America’s best-selling vehicle for decades – 40 straight years to be exact, and the industry’s top-selling truck for 45 consecutive years. So, it’s no surprise that, with the rise in popularity of electric vehicles over the past years, Ford is looking to electrify their most successful truck.
The Ford F-150 Lightning is the all-new electric version of the popular F-150 truck. Compared to more luxurious new EV trucks from the likes of Rivian, Hummer, and Tesla, Ford has stayed true to its roots and kept the electric version of the F-150 relatively “normal”. When looking at the Ford F-150 Lightning, drivers will recognize the trusted look and feel of the regular F-150 but will feel and see the real difference in the two electric motors and all-wheel drive that have replaced the gasoline engine and drivetrain.
The F-150 lightning is available in four trim levels: Pro ($39,974), XLT ($52,974), Lariat ($67,474), and Platinum ($90,874). All trim levels come standard with a crew-cab body style and a 5.5-foot bed.