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F-Series is America’s best-selling truck for 44 years* for a reason. And now, it’s charging into the future with the all-new, all-electric 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning. It’s the first ever F-Series that’s gas-free and offers more purposeful technology, an elevated driving experience and trusted Built Ford Tough capability. Offering an ingenious array of connected, intelligent features with over-the-air Software Updates to help ensure your truck can get even better over time.

*Based on 1977-2020 CY total sales.


We went beyond building an all-electric F-150. We created the smartest, most connected F-150 Ford has ever built, packed with all of the advantages that zero-emissions propulsion offers – from nearly instantaneous torque to Ford Intelligent Backup Power, connected services to intelligent range, it’s a strong, capable look at what’s to come.


We’ve created a wide array of advanced technologies that can help improve the performance of your truck and your business. Including over-the-air Software Updates, powerful charging solutions and FordPass™ Integration that not only allows remote access to your truck and communication with a Ford Charge Station Pro at home for seamless access to public charging.

*At purchase, the FordPass Connect modem is connected and sending vehicle data (e.g., diagnostics) to Ford. To disable, or for more information, see in-vehicle connectivity settings. Learn more at FordConnected.com.


The all-electric F-150 Lightning is a purpose-built, must-have truck for serious work and recreation. And because we take the words “Built Ford Tough” seriously, we torture-tested it and put it through the same paces that all F-150 trucks go through. So you can be confident the F-150 Lightning will live up to the standards you have come to expect from F-150.

Introducing the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning for Sale at Murray Motor Company

The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is proving a hit with many prospective consumers even before its release, with an impressive range and towing capability for an all-electric vehicle in any class. If you want to know what lies in store for you with this relative newcomer to the F-150 lineup, Murray Motor Company wants to make sure you have a full understanding of the specifications, amenities, and other features that this bold new F-150 has in store for you.

Under the Hood

One thing you will notice about the F-150 Lightning is that what's under the hood sets it apart from its fuel-powered F-150 counterparts. We are not talking about the engine; the engine lies underneath the cab along the length of the vehicle itself. What you will find is an extremely large and generous front-facing trunk, with additional power outlets and connection ports inside the front trunk.

As for the powertrain, the F-150 Lightning features two electric motors, all-wheel drive, and over 770 pound-feet of torque. These highlights are standard across the model's lineup. The two main variables for you to decide on are the range of the battery. The standard range battery uses dual engines with an impressive peak of over 420-horsepower performance. Should you choose the extended range battery, the engines work in tandem to produce an even bigger peak of over 560-horsepower, putting the F-150 Lightning comfortably in the high range of all F-150 models regarding performance.

The standard battery pack allows you a driving range of approximately 230 miles, while the extended battery pack allows you a driving range of 300 miles. Both charge with either standard 110-volt home power outlets or by specialty 220-volt home outlets. One of the most unexpected yet helpful uses of the battery pack is that it functions as a backup generator for the home, which can be very helpful in times of power outages or other needs on trips outside of town.

Inside the Cab

The F-150 Lightning has the same basic, comfortable layout as most other F-150 trucks, with pleasant seating and legroom and a sizable center console in the front seat. However, there are some obvious changes unique to the Lightning model. The most obvious difference is an oversized standard 12" diagonal infotainment touchscreen display, which handles everything from drive mode changes and towing assistance to music selection. The Ford truck also features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard features. Depending on the trim, you can upgrade the display to a 15" diagonal size as well as premium speaker options.

Towing Capacity

While you might feel tempted to tow a massive load, Ford's advised towing capacity for the standard battery is 7,700 pounds. The extended battery pack allows for even more towing capacity at 10,000 pounds.

Safety Features

The new Ford F-150 Lightning comes equipped with a number of standard features for the safety of you and your passengers, including lane departure notification, lane-keeping assistance, and pedestrian detection, all of which can be handy as you navigate around town. As an optional extra, adaptable cruise control with intuitive driving modes can enhance your drives.

Are you eager to take home a new Ford truck so that you can increase your hauling potential? You can contact our Ford sales specialists to talk about the features and specifications most important to you.