Being America's favorite truck is a job reserved for the Ford F-150, built Ford tough each model of the F150 keeps up with its humble roots and keeps the company afloat for another day. Trying to revolutionize this humble recipe is taking a path unknown, but that is exactly what Ford did when they released the F150 Lightning. With the familiar V8 and V6 powertrains swapped out for an electric powertrain, the F150 Lightning may not have been the first EV truck to the market, but its rich history, practicality and performance puts the F-150 on a new journey by going electric. Looking to experience Ford's electrified truck? This 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning SuperCrew with a reported 10,005 miles on the clock is the one for you.
While the F150 is now electrified, the lightning marque shares design features with its gasoline brethren apart from a few electrified upgrades. The black exterior of this 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning SuperCrew sees a redesigned bumper and "lightning" badging finished off in blue to signify its electrified performance. This truck doesn't sport a set of thick off-road tires but prefers functionality with a set of Lariat wheels finished off in gunmetal gray. Stepping into the Medium Dark Slate Vinyl interior of this 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning SuperCrew and you are treated to all the luxuries one can think of. The current owner reports an Equipment Group 110A - Pro Series ticked off the factory options list bringing luxury and tech to keep you company and a 360 Degree Camera Package for better visibility and safety.
The new and refreshed performance of this 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning SuperCrew brings a lot to the table. The electric motor provides smooth and refined performance, make no mistake, this is a truck after all and it stays true to its name, the current owner reports a Max Trailer Tow & Technology Package for added practicality. Power is channeled to all four wheels utilizing the full 98 kWh of battery power at your disposal. The numbers are quite impressive for a full size pickup truck that's made to haul cargo in a bed, horsepower is rated at 452 and 775 ft-lbs of torque
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