The Ford F-150 Lightning Breaks Cover As A Sub-$40,000 Electric Truck

Some of the other accolades of the F-150 Lightning include 300-mile range, 15.5-inch touchscreen, and independent rear suspension, to name a few

The F-150 Lightning looks similar to standard F-150

The full-width LED bar and the closed grille up front and the taillights are the only major differentiating aesthetic factors

The F-150 Lighting will be offered in three trims - XLT, Lariat, and Platinum

SuperCrew body with a 5.5-foot cab is standard

The Work Surface tailgate is offered on top two trims

The Work Surface tailgate is offered on the top two trims

The F-150 Lightning comes with the Pro Power Onboard as standard

The XLT trim features a 2.4 kW Pro Power Onboard, whereas the Lariat and Platinum feature a 9.6 kW capacity generator

The maximum towing capacity is rated at 10,000 pounds

And the maximum payload capacity at 2,000 pounds

It comes with a dual-motor setup as standard

Two battery packs on offer - Standard Range and Extended Range

The targeted EPA-estimated range is 230 miles and 300 miles for the Standard- and Extended-Range packs, respectively

The battery supports up to 150 kW DC fast charging

It can add up to 54 miles of range in 10 minutes

The F-150 Lightning makes 426 horses with the SR battery and 563 horses with the ER battery. Torque is standard at 775 pound-feet of torque

The cabin isn’t as minimalistic as you would expect is an EV, but things aren’t too cluttered either

A 12-inch digital instrument cluster sits behind the steering wheel

The top two trims feature a 15.5-inch touchscreen and the base trim a 12-inch touchscreen

They run on SYNC4 infotainment system

With Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility

Interior Work Surface, as seen on the 2021 F-150, is offered as standard

The truck starts at $39,974 for the commercial trim and $52,974 for the base XLT trim

The F-150 Lightning will arrive in Spring 2022