Ford’s Pro Power Onboard is standard in the F-150 Lightning, and it has the same 2.4 kilowatts as it does in the Pro and XLT trims.
Ford claims that daily residential electricity consumption averages 30 kWh.
In the event of an emergency, the more expensive model can keep the lights on for up to ten days, and it can power the entire house for three.
The home charger, the Ford Charge Station Pro, comes standard with the heavier option but can be purchased separately for $1,310 if you have a standard battery.
Introducing the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Under the sleek exterior of the All-Electric is a standard-range battery that generates 426 horsepower and 775 pound-feet of torque.
In 2022, Ford plans to release the F-150 Lightning, a pickup truck with a top speed of 60 miles per hour and a look similar to the F-150.
With a range of 300 miles, it is expected to be the fastest F-series truck on the market.