The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Production Is Finally Kicking Off – This Week

The production of the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning kicks off on April 26. The truck has been in pre-production at the Rouge Electric Vehicle Center in Dearborn, Michigan, for a couple of months, but this will really pace things up.

Ford states that employees and even some Lightning customers will be at the plant that day when the first electric F-150 rolls off the assembly line.

Regardless, Ford is positioning this as “the first-ever full-size all-electric pickup to go on sale.”

The F-150 is highly popular in the industry and it is much anticipated. It’s been America’s best-selling pickup for 45 years in a row, and a study from 2020 claims the F-150 to bring in more revenue than any other American consumer product besides iPhone. Even if you’re not into trucks, the Blue Oval pickup has a substantial impact not only on our country’s roads but also its economy.

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The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning attains 563 horsepower and 775 pound-feet of torque from a pair of electric motors. It nets a max EPA range of 320 miles. Max payload is rated at 2,000 pounds, and it can tow a total of 10,000 pounds in its most capable form. Base pricing for the fleet-only F-150 Lightning Pro model starts at $41,669 after destination, and if you’re just an Average Joe who wants their own personal electric truck, you’ll be paying at least $54,669 for an XLT model.

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