The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning just entered production at the Rouge Electric Vehicle Center last week, while the first customer deliveries are set to take place this spring. However, we here at Ford Authority are getting the chance to drive the all-new, all-electric pickup at an upcoming Ford drive event, and we want to know what kind of questions you have regarding the first-ever F-150 EV.
The F-150 Lightning proved to be rather popular from the day it was revealed last year, quickly racking up over 200,000 reservations and exceeding both Ford’s expectations and the automaker’s production capacity, prompting it to ramp up the latter to 150,000 units annually by mid-2023. In the meantime, those lucky enough to get their hands on the sold-out 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning will be receiving a vehicle that’s more capable than originally expected, as the EV pickup offers more range, horsepower, and payload capacity than FoMoCo’s targeted figures.
The F-150 Lightning will come packed with all sorts of innovative features as well, including Ford’s Intelligent Range function, Onboard Scales, an Android-based infotainment system, a volume knob that doubles as a video game controller, and Ford Intelligent Backup Power, which can power an entire home for up to three days during an outage or up to 10 days when used in conjunction with solar power.
We’ll be spending some time behind the wheel of the Ford F-150 Lightning soon, so if you would like to know more about it, ask your questions in the comments section below, and we’ll reply as soon as we can, as part of our interactive review. We aren’t allowed to answer any questions about this experience until May 11th, however, but we’re curious to hear what you want to know about the first-ever all-electric F-150!
Ready… set… go!