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Comparison of 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Pro and XLT specs

2022 Ford F-150 Lightning
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2022 Ford F-150 Lightning: There are four different versions of this truck: Pro, XLT, Lariat and Platinum. All models come with Dual Motor All Wheel Drive. The Standard Range Battery will last you up to 230 miles of expected EPA range, while the Extended Range Battery will last you double at up to 440 miles of expected EPA range.

2022 Ford F-150 Lightning:

Compared to Ford’s other electric models – namely its Focus EV and Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid – there are four versions of the truck, Pro, XLT, Lariat and Platinum. All versions are dual-motor, all-wheel-drive. Pro version comes with a Standard Range Battery for up to 230 miles of expected EPA range; it has a $750 incentive (which comes out to $3,750 less than if you bought one in California). The Extended Range Battery offers 310 miles of range for an extra $4,000 (or $7,950 less than if you bought one in California). And if you get both batteries you will have 660 miles of range for about $13K less than if you bought one in California.

Ford F-150 Lightning Pro vs XLT:

You might have heard that the all-new Ford F-150 is available with an electric drivetrain, but there are actually four versions of it—Pro, XLT, Lariat and Platinum. All versions are dual-motor, all-wheel drive. Pro version comes with a Standard Range Battery for up to 230 miles of expected EPA range. The Extended Range Battery can go as far as 300 miles on a single charge. There’s also an optional Twin Charge package (still in development) which will allow owners to add 200 miles of range by using gas at highway speeds.

Powertrain & Performance 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning:

The same 3.0L Twin Turbo EcoBoost® V6 with standard Auto Start/Stop and SelectShift® 10-speed transmission found in Ford F-150 Lariat. Ford has never offered such a powerful, efficient gasoline engine before, so they’re counting on its allure to sell their electric trucks. And what an engine it is: rated at 450 horsepower and 510 lb.-ft. of torque, it cranks out more power than even a Tesla Model S P100D (yep, twice as much). And that’s not even mentioning it delivers nearly 90 percent of its peak torque from 1,000 RPM to 5,000 RPM. No wonder it has been crowned Motor Trend Truck of the Year for two years running!

Brakes & Chassis:

The braking system uses a regenerative brake system and is completely electric, with two motors in each axle. Regenerative braking both slows down and charges the battery when it’s needed most, while also extending its range. The brakes on these trucks work just like normal—as in when you step on them they apply pressure to slow or stop whatever you are driving. It’s basically two separate systems that interact with each other, which is both a pro and a con. When one fails, it doesn’t affect another part of your vehicle. The downside?

Interior & Exterior:

2022 Ford F-150 Lightning
2022 Ford F-150 Lightning

Ford F-150 comes with a stunning new look and has been redesigned from A to Z. It is larger in size than previous models and it offers comfortable seating for up to three people. All versions of the truck, except for extended cab, come with two doors on both sides of a bed. Extended cab version has one door on each side and three passengers can sit comfortably at rear seats. The interior of Ford F-150 is mainly made of leather, which feels really nice when you touch it. It also comes equipped with automatic temperature control system, steering wheel mounted controls, air conditioner and many other sophisticated features that make ride really relaxing while using its powerful engine.

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