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Here Are All The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Specs

When the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning was revealed last month, we received a pretty substantial amount of information on the first-ever all-electric Ford F-150. That includes projected power and range figures, the latter of which may be a tad underrated, as Ford Authority recently reported. Regardless, there is much more data to share in regards to F-150 Lightning specs that’s well worth diving into.

2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Specs - Exterior
Measurement SuperCrew
Wheelbase (inches) 145.5
Overall Length (inches) 232.7
Cab Height (inches) 78.9
Width – Excluding Mirrors (inches) 80
Width – Including Standard Mirrors (inches) 96
Width – Standard Mirrors Folded (inches) 83.6
Front Track Width (inches) 68.1
Rear Track Width (inches) 68.3
Approach Angle (degrees) 25.4
Departue Angle (degrees) 24.2
Breakover Angle (degrees) 17.8
Ground Clearance (inches) 8.9
Open Tailgate To Ground (inches) 37.2
Front Bumper To Back Of Cab (inches) 155.9
Front Trunk Liftover Height (inches) 35
Measurement SuperCrew
Seating (occupants) 5
Front Headroom (inches) 40.8
Front Legroom SAE Max. (inches) 43.9
Front Shoulder Room (inches) 66.7
Front Hip Room (inches) 62.5
Rear Headroom (inches) 40.4
Rear Legroom SAE Max (inches) 43.6
Rear Shoulder Room (inches) 66
Rear Hip Room (inches) 62.6
Standard-Range Battery Extended-Range Battery
Drivetrain Layout Dual eMotor, front and rear transverse mounted, four-wheel drive
Motors/Configuration Two inboard three-phase fixed magnet AC motors with internal PMAC controller and transaxles
Targeted Peak Power (horsepower) 426 563
Targeted Peak Power (kW) 318 420
Targeted Peak Torque (pound-feet) 775 775
Battery Type Lithium-ion pouch with internal battery management, liquid cooled
OnBoard Charger Power (input/output kW) 11.3/10.5 19.2/17.6
Storage Capacities
Measurement SuperCrew
Inside Length At Floor (inches) 67.1
Width Between Wheelhouses (inches) 50.6
Inside Height (inches) 21.4
Cargo Box Volume (cubic feet) 52.8
Front Trunk Volume (cubic feet) 14.1
Towing Capability
Standard-Range Battery Extended-Range Battery
Targeted Maximum Payload (pounds) 2,000 1,800
Targeted Maximum Towing With Max Trailer Tow Package (pounds) 7,700 10,000
Front: Independent double-wishbone with coil-over shocks, stabilizer bar
Rear: Independent semi trailing arms, coil springs, stabilizer bar
Charge Times & Range
Standard-Range Battery Extended-Range Battery
Level 2
80A Ford Charge Station Pro 15-100% 10 Hours 8 Hours
48A Connected Charge Station 15-100% 10 Hours 13 Hours
32A/240W Mobile Charger 15-100% 14 Hours 19 Hours
Level 3
150 kW DCFC 15-80% 44 Minutes 41 Minutes
50 kW DCFC 15-80% 91 Minutes 122 Minutes
Targeted Miles Per Charge/Range*
10 minutes, 150kW DC Fast Charger 41 Miles 54 Miles
1 hour, 80A Ford Charge Station Pro 19 Miles 30 Miles
1 hour, 48A Ford Connected Charge Station 19 Miles 20 Miles
1 hour, 32A/240W Mobile Charger 14 Miles 13 Miles
Targeted EPA-Estimated Range* 230 Miles 300 Miles
  • * Excludes Platinum models.
Charging Unit And Availability
Standard-Range Battery Extended-Range Battery
32A Ford Mobile Charger Standard Standard
48A Ford Connected Charge Station Optional Optional
80A Ford Charge Station Pro with Ford Intelligent Backup Power capability Optional Standard

As Ford Authority previously reported, the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is available with two different battery packs – a standard range and an extended range unit. The standard range model is expected to produce 426 horsepower and 775 pound-feet of torque, with an estimated 230 miles of range. Meanwhile, the extended range Lightning is expected to produce 563 horsepower and 775 pound-feet of torque, as well as 300 estimated miles of range.

F-150 Lightning specs in terms of payload and towing vary based on the battery pack selected as well. The standard range pickup features a max payload rating of 2,000 pounds versus 1,800 pounds for the extended range battery, while the standard range can tow up to 7,700 pounds, less than the 10,000 pounds the extended range pickup is rated to tow.

The standard range Lightning comes standard with Ford’s 32A mobile charger, while the automaker’s 48A Connected Charge Station and 80A Ford Charge Station Pro are optional. The extended-range version comes standard with both the mobile charger and the Charge Station Pro, while the Connected Charge Station is optional.

In terms of size, the F-150 Lightning measures 232.7 inches long, 78.9 inches high, and 80 inches wide, excluding the side mirrors. Inside, the SuperCrew cab-only EV pickup provides 40.8 inches of front headroom, 40.4 inches of rear headroom, 43.9 inches of front legroom, and 43.6 inches of rear legroom.

One of the most impressive features of the new F-150 Lightning is its massive frunk, or front trunk, which offers 14.1 cubic feet of lockable, covered storage space. Meanwhile, the bed measures 67.1 inches long, 50.6 inches wide, and 21.4 inches tall, providing 52.8 cubic feet of cargo space.

These F-150 Lightning specs are undoubtedly impressive, and yet, some are also preliminary. As we saw with the Ford Mustang Mach-E, range numbers can change, and it’s very possible final figures will be higher. But for now, we’ll just have to wait until those numbers are finalized to find out.

We’ll have much more on the 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 non-stop Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Bill Howland

    Ok – from the charge times – assuming they are correct, the standard range battery takes in 101 kwh, and likewise, the extended range battery takes in 141 kwh.

    Now the ambiguity from the vehicle’s charging facility being of somewhat low efficiency COULD be explained 2 ways…

    A). They are low-balling the ‘power output’ to include battery self-heating (and the requisite cooling load) to indicate the amount of energy actually stored as chemical energy, or:

    B). They DO NOT include losses in A), and therefore the batteries are actually somewhat smaller than my above Guesstimate. Doesn’t seem likely that such a large vehicle would go 230 miles on anything smaller than a 101 kwh battery – especially if, as previous articles have stated – FORD is also LOW-Balling the range to include carrying a 1,000 pound payload.

  2. Bob


    It’s closer to 125kwh for the std and 170kwh for the extended range…. This is basing off the data above 32amps (7.6kw) for 14 hours for std and 19 hours for extended range to charge from 15% to 100%, factoring that extra 15% gets the numbers… Of course this doesn’t factor, the charge tapering when the battery hits 80-90%, but then again also not factoring the reserve Ford is putting on the battery ( 0% isn’t really zero, nor is 100% truly 100% in EVs) that is unknown.

  3. Elliott Linn

    Why on earth don’t they make Lightning work truck with an eight foot bed, something practical? With a single cab or supercab, it would be great. It would be good for camping with a canopy too. A five foot six inch bed is useless. A single cab, long bed Maverick would be great too, for the same reasons. It seems that they designed them for people who don’t know if they want a car or a truck, so they get neither.

  4. Lloyd

    It has to do with wheelbase. Sometimes a short wheelbase is an advantage!



  6. Christi

    Santa can I have one?!?! Looks like you’ve done something amazing well done Ford!!


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