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.