Introducing the All-New, All-Electric Ford F-150 Lightning® Pro

Ford F-150 Lightning® Pro | Inverness, FL

Ford is launching the new 2022 F-150 Lightning® Pro, which is the first all-electric F-Series truck that will enhance your fleet. This truck still comes with all the strength, technologies, and capabilities you expect of a Ford, but with a more innovative powertrain.

An outstanding powertrain

The F-150 Lightning Pro offers an available extended-range battery, which provides an EPA-estimated driving range of 300 miles.* It also delivers an estimated 563 horsepower and 775 lb-ft of torque.** Plus, using the dual onboard chargers, you can conveniently charge the battery overnight.

Durability and capability

The extended-range battery gives the truck the capability to tow up to 10,000 pounds and carry a payload of up to 2,000 pounds when properly equipped. Metal skid plates protect the battery, while the high-strength, military-grade, aluminum-alloy body and new fully boxed steel frame ensure the truck is up for the toughest challenges.

Smart tech

Under the hood of the truck, you’ll find two USB ports and four 120-volt AC Pro Power Onboard outlets to charge your tools. The SYNC® 4 system comes standard with a 12-inch touch screen so you can stay connected and informed. And several Ford Co-Pilot 360™ 2.0 technologies make it easier to navigate crowded streets on the way to work.

The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning® Pro will be available starting spring of 2022. If you’re interested in purchasing this truck or want to check out other Ford trucks in the meantime, give us a call at Nick Nicholas Ford in Inverness, Florida.

*Based on full charge. USA EPA-targeted range reflecting current status based on analytical projection consistent with US EPA combined drive cycle. Actual range varies with conditions such as external environment, vehicle use, vehicle maintenance, lithium-ion battery age and state of health. Final EPA-estimated ratings available in 2022 calendar year.

**Based on manufacturer testing using computer engineering simulations. Calculated via peak performance of the electric motor at peak battery power. Your results may vary. 

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