2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Pro

The work truck model of the F-150 Lightning comes with a maximum range of 300 miles and a maximum towing capacity of 10,000 pounds

Ford F-150 Lightning Pro

Ford has finally launched the much-anticipated, sub-$40,000 work truck edition of the F-150 Lightning EV

As expected, it looks like a toned-down version of the standard Lightning. There's no full-width LED strip up front, and it features black grille, bumpers, and door handles

It is available only in the SuperCrew body style with a 5.5-foot bed

It is offered with two battery packs

The Standard-Range and Extended-Range packs with targeted EPA-estimated ranges of 230- and 300 miles, respectively

The maximum towing and payload capacity is rated 7,700- and 2,000 pounds with the SR battery, and 10,000- and 1,800 pounds with the ER battery

A 2.4 kW Pro Power Onboard Generator is offered as standard and 9.6 kW is available as an option

It features a waterproof, lockable frunk with 14.1 cubic feet of space that can hold up to 400 pounds

It supports DC fast charging up to 150 kW that can recuperate the ER battery from 15- to 80 percent in 41 minutes and the SR battery in 44 minutes

The cabin comes with easy-to-clean vinyl seats, 12-inch touchscreen system, and a 12-inch digital 'productivity' screen

The F-150 Lightning Pro with the SR battery starts at $39,974 and with the ER battery at $49,974 before the federal tax credits and state incentives

The F-150 Lightning Pro arrives in Spring 2022. Swipe up to learn more about it.

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