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2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Pricing, Trim Level Details Leaked

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When the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning was revealed last month, we received quite a bit of information about the first-ever all-electric Ford F-150. Ford Authority outlined all of the forthcoming model’s specs recently, but in terms of pricing, Ford didn’t say much – only that the Lightning Pro would start out at $39,974, the XLT will start out at $52,974, and prices can top out at around $90,000. Now, however, a fully Ford F-150 Lightning pricing and trim level detail list has seemingly leaked via Reddit.

There, a user posted what is purported to be a survey sent to the 100,000+ F-150 Lightning reservation holders to gauge interest in each trim level. This document confirms the Pro’s $39,974 MSRP but also lists out every trim level and its corresponding price. Ford also included prices of each trim level after the existing $7,500 tax credit, which takes the Pro all the way down to $32,474. The Pro comes standard with the standard range battery (the extended range battery is only available to fleet customers), 18-inch wheels, a 12-inch infotainment screen, and Ford Co-Pilot 2.0 Driver Assist Technology.

As previously reported, the XLT starts out at $52,974, which nets a few additional niceties like a gray-ion satin metallic front grille, signature front lighting, body-color bumpers, and Ford’s Interior Work Surface. Adding the Premium Package to the XLT brings the cost up to $56,774 and adds Co-Pilot Assist 2.0, intelligent adaptive cruise control, 9.6kW of onboard power, and 20-inch wheels, among other amenities.

Ford F-150 Lightning pricing for Lariat-trimmed trucks comes in at $67,474 and adds a 15.5-inch infotainment screen, wireless phone charger, leather-trimmed heated and ventilated seats, and ambient lighting. A Premium Package is also available for the Lariat for the cost of $79,474 and includes the extended range battery as standard, BlueCruise, phone-as-a-key, and an 80-amp onboard power supply that can be used as an emergency generator.

Finally, we have the range-topping Platinum, which costs $89,874 and adds 22-inch wheels, a Vador Black high-gloss with tinted chrome front grille, premium Nirvana leather, aluminum and real wood trim, a B&O sound system, and the Max Trailer Tow Package.

It’s worth noting that these prices may not yet be official, and are subject to change before the F-150 Lightning launches next spring.

We’ll have more on the F-150 Lightning very soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford F-Series newsFord F-150 newsF-150 Lightning news, and 24/7 Ford news coverage.

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Comments

  1. Kenny D

    I really think that FORD should be more competitive on the pricing of this EV TRUCK and keep there market share out of Reach by the Competition! $90K Is a TON Of Hard earned cash. And, if u don’t have an EV Already, you’ll need that apparatus Installed also??? And our Service Panel is 125 AMP from the 1960’s Era??? Not sure, I filled out the Survey and submitted it. Hopefully FORD adjust’s the Price DOWNWARD some B 4 Launch. Anyway. We’ll see soon.

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    1. Anthony

      Unlikely to be actual information from Ford since they can’t spell configuration correctly.

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  2. Roy Chile’s

    No Auto Maker is going to be able to bring to market a EV Truck at this price range with the options of the F150. If so feel FREE to buy it customers are paying $70k-$90k today for trucks. Hummer EV is $130k-$150k, Am sure Tesla will be higher neither looks nicer or offer the options and trims the F150 Lightning has

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  3. Michael Benjamin

    I would love to see the prices with the extended range added…or at least a separate section that displays how much is going to cost to add.

    $52,974 for the XLT base, then add in the standard range and the price behind to climb. Not to mention, it seems as if ever model will not get the wireless charging pad?

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  4. Dave

    Not sure how one got this survey, but I didn’t, and I reserved about 3 minutes after the Ford reveal. Pricing isn’t shocking, but somewhat disappointing. If the extended range battery is a 10k option alone, as has been rumored and kinda works out with lariat premium price, which includes it, I feel like a lot of people will be priced out. Personally, this truck isn’t worth buying without the extended range, and I’m not spending $60+k on an otherwise stripped truck.

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  5. Gary bruce kempf

    How does it go from 40k to 53k XL TO XLT? Great looking truck but I don’t think I’ll 🤔 spend my money on…

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  6. Clifton Shaw

    The Pro version MUST have Adaptive Cruise Control as an option. It already has the hardware installed, it just needs the software. I can live with slower charging while traveling, but so many EV owners have adaptive cruise control and use it every day. Come on Ford, let it be an option for the Pro

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