If you don’t follow Ford’s social media channels or news announcements, you might have missed the recent reveal of the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning. Since we at La Grange Ford think drivers like you in La Grange, Texas, will be interested in this game-changing, all-electric F-150 truck, here’s a recap of the big news.
The first question you’re probably asking is: How powerful is this F-150? The great news is that Ford anticipates it producing a massive 563 horsepower and 775 lb-ft of torque. That’s an amazing yield for a light-duty truck, more than any previous F-150.
That strength translates to a 10,000-pound maximum towing capacity and payload limit of 2,000 pounds — plenty of muscle for even the toughest work jobs in La Grange.
If range anxiety is hampering you from owning an electric vehicle, you’ll be pleased with what the F-150 Lightning offers. On a full charge, this electric truck can travel an EPA-estimated 300 miles when equipped with an extended-range battery. And recharging is a cinch: A 150-kilowatt DC fast charger can give the F-150 a 54-mile boost in range with a 10-minute charge and recover most of its battery charge in under an hour.
Monitor your truck’s current charge level with FordPass™ Power My Trip and reload at any of the 63,000+ public charging stations across the U.S. available through FordPass™. Pro Power Onboard™ lets you plug in your power tools when you’re on the job site or ranch and there isn’t a power outlet nearby.
The F-150 Lightning is so dependable that it can actually function as an emergency generator and power your house during an outage here in La Grange. Available Ford Intelligent Backup Power debuts on this truck that transforms the electric F-150 into a mobile generator.
Another highlight is the debut of SYNC® 4A, the newest infotainment interface from the automaker that boasts cutting-edge voice recognition and operation integration.
Even if you’ve never imagined yourself driving an electric vehicle, the F-150 Lightning could change your mind. This exciting new truck from Ford proves that electric power is just as capable as gasoline — if not even stronger! Find the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning soon when it arrives at La Grange Ford in La Grange, Texas.