Ford’s battery-electric pickup, the F-150 Lightning Pro, will set you back an extra $5,000.
The automaker is currently experiencing continuous disruptions in its supply chain and rising input costs.
The bad news is that Ford F-150 Lightning prices are expected to rise by at least $6,000 and possibly as much as $8,500 due to significant increases in material costs and other variables.
Ford’s popular all-electric truck currently costs between $52,000 and $97,000, with base models costing $40,000 and the top-of-the-line Lightning costing $92,000.
Current pricing for the 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning in the United States begins at $46,974 ($67,316 including delivery, state fees, and taxes) in Ford territory.
The F-150 Lightning Pro Platinum model starts at $96,874 (or $139,359 with taxes).
If you’re looking to reserve a brand new F-150 Lightning Electric pickup truck, you’ll need to have an extra $6,000 to $8,500 on hand tomorrow.