The Ford F-150 Lightning made quite a splash when it was announced, and the hype has not yet died down. Ford sent out the spec configurations to those who had pre-ordered the F-150 Lightning. There’s a lot of options between the trim levels, especially the battery. What do you think of this initial sneak peek of the pricing?
The Ford F-150 Lightning base trim, the Pro
Motor1 reported that a member of the F-150 forum received an email about the pricing for Lightning. In that survey/email, the company offered insight into the price levels for the new electric truck. This Ford F-150 Lightning Pro trim offers the standard range battery or an optional extended range battery. The regular battery is estimated to be around 230 miles.
With 426 hp and 775 lb-ft from the dual e-motors. It will come in a 4×4 or Super Crew with four doors and room for five passengers. It has Co-Pilot 360 2.0 Driver Assist technology, SYNC with a 12″ touchscreen, and over-the-air updates. The Pro can tow 5,000 pounds and has a 2,000 lbs payload capacity.
Starting MSRP: $39,974
After tax credit: $42,474
XLT trim and XLT Premium Package for the F-150 Lightning
The XLT trim for the mid-series truck has some sweet upgraded color options in areas like the grille and rear bumpers. It has a 360-degree camera, eight-way power adjusting seats, and heated side mirrors. These offer both standard and long-range batteries.
XLT Starting MSRP: $52,974
After tax credit: $45,474
For the Ford F-150 Lightning XLT Premium Package, there are a few differences. Automatic locking and LED box lighting. It also offers the same Co-Pilot 2.0 Driver Assist technology as the Pro. Not too much of a difference between the two except $4,000.
XLT Premium Package Starting MSRP: $56,744
After tax credit: $49,274
Lightning Lariat and Lariat + Premium Package
For the Ford F-150 Lightning Lariat, Ford says it has enhanced technology and added comforts like leather seats, a power up/down tailgate, and signature rear lighting. The leather seats are 10-way adjustable, ventilated, and compliment the leather-trimmed steering wheel.
Lariat Starting MSRP: $67,474
After tax credit: $59,974
The Ford F-150 Lightning Lariat + Premium Package is getting to the top of the line. This one includes the extended range battery and gets 563 hp. It has a 300-mile range, twin-panel moonroof, and BlueCruise. This one also offers the Technology package and the app that allows your phone to lock and unlock like a regular key. Not bad for $79k.
Lariat + Premium Package Starting MSRP: $79,474
After tax credit: $71,974
The Ford Lightning Platinum trim
Finally, the Ford F-150 Lightning Platinum trim has everything. “Unmatched premium and fully loaded, checks all the boxes inside and out,” Ford says. This one also has the extended range battery for 300 miles of range, plus 22″ bright machined wheels with ebony black pockets. It has a Vador Black high gloss front grille, skid plates, and signature front lighting. Plus an upgraded sound system, HD radio, and the Max Trailer Tow Package.
Platinum Starting MSRP: $89,874
After tax credit: $82,374
These numbers likely aren’t final as the rollout has not started yet. There is also information about further upgrades. The extended-range battery will cost an extra $10,000 for the Pro should buyers upgrade for the 300-mile range. The Tow Technology Package is an extra $1,948, and the Max Trailer Tow Package is $865. For 9.6 kW Pro Power Onboard, which ass two additional 120v outlets and an additional one in the bed, this is an extra $1,070. Some interesting offerings for the F-150 Lightning.