2022 Ford F-150 Lightning EV Specs

October 31st, 2021 by

2022 Ford F-150 Lightning
The Ford F-150 is one of America’s most popular and best-selling trucks. There are many reasons for that, but among them are this truck’s towing capacity, power, and fit-and-finish. But for 2022, the F-150 has gotten even better, thanks to the addition of the new Ford F-150 Lightning. Aptly named, the Ford Lightning is powered by — you guessed it — electricity. In a world where EVs are becoming increasingly popular, why should you choose the F-150 Lightning vs. HUMMER EV truck, or other options like the RIVIAN R1T? Read more about the 2022 Ford Lightning specs now to find out.

Ford Lightning Specs: Performance

The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning specs reflect impressive performance potential — even more so than standard gasoline models. Putting to shame the myth that electric cars and trucks are inferior to gasoline ones, the F-150 Lightning specs with regard to power eclipse most F-150 gas models:

  • Power Output (Extended Range Model): 563 hp
  • Power Output (Standard Range Model): 426 hp
  • Torque Output: 775 lb-ft of torque for Standard & Extended Range Models

Ford Lightning Specs: Range & Charging

Range anxiety? What range anxiety? That’s what the F-150 Lightning range and charging specs have to say with regard to those worried about how far they can go on a full charge. Here’s what you need to know:

  • Range with Extended Range Battery: 300 miles with
  • Range with Standard Battery: 230 miles
  • Charging Time: Around 30 miles per charging hour, or 15% to 100% in eight hours*

Ford Lightning Specs: Towing, Hauling, & Technology

Think the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning specs exclude impressive towing and hauling? Think again! The Ford F-150 Lightning is just as if not more capable than many gasoline trucks on the market in Oshkosh and Appleton:

  • Max. Towing Capacity: 10,000 lbs
  • Max. Payload: 2,000 lbs
  • Home Power Outage Charging: Assuming 30kWh of use per day, the Ford F-150 Lightning with an extended range can power your home for up to three days, or as long as around 10 days if power is rationed, with results varying based on energy usage.
  • Independent Rear Suspension: The F-150 Lightning is the first F-150 to get an independent rear suspension
  • A standard frunk (front trunk) includes plenty Lots of power outlets for charging portable devices
  • A first-ever 15.5” central touchscreen is standard inside the F-150 cabin

Ford Lightning Specs: Dimensions

How big is the Ford F-150 Lightning? Here are some key dimensions:

Exterior & Cargo Dimensions

  • Wheelbase: 145.5 inches
  • Length: 232.7 inches
  • Cab Height: 78.9 inches
  • Width, Including Mirrors: 96 inches
  • Cab Size: SuperCrew cab is standard
  • Bed Size: A 5.5’ bed is standard
  • Front Trunk: A front trunk w/ 14.1 cubic feet of lockable and sealable storage space and a sealed cabin for tailgating is standard

Interior Dimensions

  • Seating Capacity: 5
  • Front Headroom: 40.8 inches
  • Rear Headroom: 40.4 inches
  • Front Legroom: 43.9 inches
  • Rear Legroom: 43.6 inches
  • Front Hiproom: 62.5 inches
  • Rear Hiproom: 62.6 inches

Reserve Your F-150 Lightning at Holiday Ford Today!

Want to learn more about the Ford F-150 Lightning? Check out Ford’s Lightning press release. Decided that the F-150 Lightning is right for you? Reserve your Ford Lightning now at Holiday Ford! Call us at 920-202-5016 in the meantime, and be sure to value your trade to see how much you could trade in your gas guzzler for when upgrading your ride to a powerful, efficient, and capable F-150 Lightning truck.

*Excludes Platinum models. Range and charge time based on manufacturer computer engineering simulations and analytical projection consistent with US EPA combined drive cycle. The charging rate decreases as battery reaches capacity. Results may vary based on peak charging times, battery state of charge. Actual range varies with conditions such as external environment, vehicle use, vehicle maintenance, lithium-ion battery age and state of health.

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