2022 Ford Lightning Specs
If you’re excited to take on the roads and job sites of Harvey, New Orleans, and Metairie, LA, in one of the first-ever electric pickups, then you’ll want to learn more. The 2022 Ford Lightning is set to impress, with its strong and capable performance, its efficiency, and its sophisticated construction.1
While you’re debating whether it’s the right vehicle for you, you’ll want to learn more about the nitty-gritty 2022 Ford Lightning specs.
At Bohn Ford, we’re here to help you learn all about the specs of this innovative electric pickup. Keep reading to learn more, so you can decide if it’s right for you!
Ford Lightning Engine Specs & Towing Capacity
The Ford Lightning comes outfitted with an electric motor that allows it to achieve impressive feats. This electrically charged motor gives the F-150 Lightning the ability to generate 563 horsepower and 775 lb-ft of torque. This torque output is the highest of any F-150 model to date!
On top of the impressive horsepower and torque output, this electric pickup truck delivers when you need to tow a trailer or haul materials to the jobsite. When properly equipped, the F-150 Lightning can tow up to 10,000 pounds and carry up to 2,000 pounds of payload.
lectric Charging & Driving Range Specs
Since this truck runs on electricity, you don’t have to make trips to the gas station to continue your travels. However, you’ll need to charge it either at home or at a public charging station. The Intelligent Range system calculates how far you can go with the power that’s left in the battery. It’s important to know that towing and carrying a payload can affect your battery power, so you’ll want to be mindful of the distance to your destination.
The lithium-ion battery gives the F-150 its impressive electrified ability. In terms of driving ranges, there are two options. The standard-range battery gets a targeted EPA-estimated 230 miles. The extended-range battery gives the F-150 Lightning a boost, with an EPA-estimated 300-mile driving range.
Cargo Capacity & Frunk Space
The Ford F-150 Lightning comes with a frunk—a trunk in the front of the vehicle where the engine would normally be located. The front-based cargo area offers 400 liters of volume for storage and is equipped to carry up to 400 pounds of payload.
In terms of its cab and bed, it carries over the same specs as the gas-powered Ford F-150. The cab options are the Regular Cab, the SuperCab, and the SuperCrew®. The last two cab options can seat up to six passengers, with the SuperCrew® offering a bit more space for larger passengers.
The cargo bed varies with the 5.5-foot, 6.5-foot, and 8-foot options. These options offer 52.8 cubic feet, 62.3 cubic feet, and 77.4 cubic feet of storage space, respectively.
Learn More About the Ford F-150 Lightning Today
Now that you’ve gotten some details on the Ford F-150 Lightning specs, you’re closer to deciding if it’s the right truck for your adventures and workload throughout Harvey, New Orleans, and Metairie, Louisiana!
Learn more by contacting us at Bohn Ford!
1 Model not yet released. All specs mentioned herein have been cited from the manufacturer’s website and are subject to change by the manufacturer.