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With the reveal of the all-new compact 2022 Ford Maverick yesterday and the Ford F-150 Lightning last month, Ford’s truck lineup is growing rapidly. Those new models join the existing Ford Ranger, Ford F-150, and Ford Super Duty in the Ford truck lineup, continuing the automaker’s makeover following its decision to discontinue all of its sedans in North America. Now, Ford North America Product Communications director Mike Levine has shared a pretty cool picture of the newly revamped Ford truck lineup via Twitter.

These trucks aren’t actually physically located in one spot, but they were at least placed in the photo together, which gives us a preview of what we can expect to see on dealer lots by next spring. That starts with the entry-level, compact Maverick, which features a starting price of just $19,995, a standard hybrid powertrain, SuperCrew body configuration, and an estimated EPA rating of 40 miles-per-gallon in the city.

Those that need a bit more capability can step up to the mid-size Ranger, which costs a bit more with a starting MSRP of $25,070 and comes equipped with Ford’s 2.3L EcoBoost I-4. Next up we have the F-150, America’s best-selling pickup for several decades, which is offered in a dizzying number of configurations, trim levels, and with several different powerplant choices, all for a starting price of $28,940.

The F-150 Lighting is Ford’s first-ever all-electric F-150, as well as its most powerful, with the extended range model providing 426 horsepower and a staggering 775 pound-feet of torque and up to 300 miles of range (though that might be a bit underrated) for a base MSRP of $39,974. Topping off the Ford truck lineup is the venerable Super Duty ($34,230), which is also offered with a number of powerplants, including the mighty 6.7L Power Stroke diesel, which produces 1,050 pound-feet of torque and staggering max towing figures.

We’ll have more on Ford’s quickly-growing truck lineup soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Maverick news, Ford Ranger news, Ford F-Series news, Ford Super Duty news, Ford F-150 news, and 24/7 Ford news coverage.

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Comments

  1. crabbymilton

    They forgot the TRANSIT, TRANSIT CONNECT, E-SERIES and the F-650-750.

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  2. Jim Glass

    The F-150 Lightning looks larger than the standard F-150? Is it an F-250 in size? Is that a F-250 or 350 on the left end?

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    1. Mike

      They’re all the same body. Different grills and trim pieces

      Reply
  3. Roy Chile’s

    LOOK out now FORD TRUCK is serious business,The 6 Truck will be a BRONCO

    Reply
  4. Ford Owner

    Ford is the world leader in trucks for decades and no other company can compete and win against Ford!

    Reply
  5. Felip

    What happened to the 2022 Ford Ranger. I’ve been waiting to see the NEW look of the 2022 Ranger.

    Reply
  6. E. Mill

    Where’s my Raptor lol? I’m missing my lovely play/off road truck in this lovely photo.

    Reply
  7. Penny

    If I only had the money…
    Love me a Ford Truck!!!

    Reply
  8. Mike

    Love my 02 f250 and 77bronco. But Ford is gonna price gouge me right out of the family. We have 10 Ford trucks in our family. Brother in-law switch to dodge. Brother switch to Chevy. In 02 my loaded lariat was 37000. Same truck now 80000. NUTS!!!

    Reply
  9. Elyra Hauser

    I will sell my Kia Soul 2016 and get the Ford Maverick if I can afford it. I am a 72 year old petite woman that wants to drive a small truck for the longest time.
    Anybody wish to give me a gift of Ford
    Maverick?

    Reply

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