The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning will soon be available to drivers all around the United States, and it will have even more horsepower, payload strength, and range than we originally believed it would.
Both the standard-range battery and the extended-range battery pack of the all-new, all-electric F-150 Lightning will receive an increase in horsepower, according to some revised key statistics provided by Ford for the vehicle. 452 horsepower is available from the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning when equipped with the standard-range battery. There is now 580 horsepower available for extended-range pickups. These numbers are an increase from the corresponding pre-production forecasts of 426 and 563 ponies, respectively.
The payload is another figure that has undergone revision. Where Ford had initially anticipated a maximum payload capacity of 2,000 pounds, that figure has increased to 2,235 pounds when these trucks roll off the line. On top of that, the F-150 Lightning still boasts a maximum towing capability of 10,000 pounds.
The range of the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is much better, so you won't need to worry about taking it on trips that cover longer distance travel. The EPA estimates that a fully charged Ford F-150 Lightning has a range of up to 320 miles, which is more than plenty for making the drive from Jacksonville, Florida, all the way up the coast to Savannah, Georgia, in a single go.
The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is now in the process of being manufactured, but there is such a great desire for it that it is practically sold out for the time being. Do you like to guarantee that you will be one of the subsequent customers to place an order? Talk to the Ford specialists at Sun State Ford in Orlando, which is located in Florida. When bookings are once again available, we will let you know and then assist you in getting started.For more about Ford Mustang Mach -E and shopping for fantastic aftermarket essentials, visit Pimp MY EV today