When it introduced the Ford F-150 Lightning, Ford provided two battery pack options, one with a 230-mile range and the other with a 300-mile range.
According to Ford, a single normal battery will get you 230 miles in your F-150 Lightning.
or up to 320 miles with the optional extended-range battery pack that comes standard on the XLT and Lariat models.
With the Lightning’s extended-range battery, Ford claims it can be charged from 15% to 80% on a 150-kW DC fast charger in just 41 minutes.
Using the Lightning’s standard range battery (98 kWh), a 15 percent charge can be achieved in 44 minutes.
Ford claims that daily residential electricity consumption averages 30 kWh.
The more expensive model can supply enough energy for the entire house for up to three days, or 10 days in the event of an emergency.
Ford has also built a backup generator into the F-150 Lightning’s structure.
In the event of a power outage, a fully charged vehicle can provide energy for a standard home for up to three days.