Here's how much all trims of the electric truck will cost.
Pre-orders for 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning haven't been open long, but 100,000 people have already placed a $100 deposit for the electric truck. Though reservation holders have a rough idea of what the Lightning will cost, Ford has not released official full-range pricing just yet. We knew the Lightning would start at $39,974 (before destination) for the commercial-oriented Pro model and top out around $90,474 for a fully-loaded version. Now, the F150Gen14 forum has obtained a full trim breakdown for the highly-anticipated truck.
The pricing document was reportedly sent as a survey, revealing all six trim configurations. As expected, the Lightning Pro model is listed at $39,974 ($32,474 after tax credit), while the top Platinum trim level starts at $89,874 ($82,374 after tax credit). We'll note that the base models with the standard battery produce 426 horsepower and 775 lb-ft.
This leak reveals more detailed pricing information for the mid-range Lightning models, which should make up the bulk of sales. The XLT trim starts at $54,974 ($45,474 after tax credit), with the standard-range battery enabling a 240-mile driving range, though an extended-range battery with a 300-mile range is available. This model adds a gray-ion metallic front grille with signature lighting, body-color bumpers, 360-degree camera, eight-way power cloth seats, power-adjustable pedals, heated mirrors, running boards, Sirius XM radio, and a keyless entry keypad.
Adding the Premium Package to the XLT trim costs $3,800, rolling in Co-Pilot Assist 2.0 with adaptive cruise control. This package includes niceties such as a 9.6-kW onboard power supply, keyless entry, 20-inch wheels, heated steering wheel, 10-way power seats, LED bed lights, and a power tailgate with step and work surface.
As with the gas-powered F-150, the premium Lightning trims are much pricier but include tons of luxurious features. The Lariat trim costs $67,474, adding a 15-inch touchscreen, leather seats with heating/ventilation, and more. Stepping up to the Lariat Premium Package costs $79,474, adding the extended-range battery with 563 horsepower, Co-Pilot Active 2.0 with BlueCruise hands-free driving, the onboard generator, and more. Finally, the Platinum trim throws in all the best features for $89,974, including 22-inch wheels, premium Nirvana leather, massage seats, real wood, B&O audio, and more.