ALL ELECTRIC. ALL F-150.
F-Series has been Canada’s best-selling line of pickup trucks for 55 years for a reason. And now, it’s going electric with the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning. It offers all the brawn and capability you need coupled with an electric powertrain that can help you work smarter and in more places!
The all-electric F-150 Lightning is a symbol of the future of Ford. Our goal was to create the smartest F-150 Ford has ever built, filled with all the advantages that zero-emissions vehicles offer - from instant torque to available Ford Intelligent Backup Power, connected services to intelligent range estimates, it's a strong, capable look at what's to come.
FORD INTELLIGENT BACKUP POWER
Ever been caught in a power outage? Not to worry, the all-electric F-150 Lightning has your back with the available Ford Intelligent Backup Power that can provide full-home power for up to three days on a fully charged battery, or as long as ten days of rationing power. Combined with the available 80-amp Ford Charge Station Pro, this control over your home energy is good at the best of times, but essential when power outages are a reality.
We've created a wide array of advanced technologies that can help improve the performance of your vehicle and your business. Including Software Updates and FordPass integration that enable communication and remote access to your vehicle. Plus powerful charging solutions that deliver seamless access to public charging stations and communicates with you at-home charging station.
ELECTRIC CAN DO WHAT YOU NEED A TRUCK TO DO.
TARGETED 10,000 LBS. OF TOWING CAPABILITY
Maybe it's a trailer filled with stuff you need to get the job done. Or a weekend camping or boating getaway. No matter what the situation we made sure the F-150 Lightning had the muscle to get the job done with a maximum targeted available towing of 10,000 lbs.
TARGETED 2,000 LBS. OF PAYLOAD CAPABILITY
Dirt, bricks, wood or just about all everyday gear and equipment are no problem. Because the F-150 Lightning steps up to the plate with targeted 2,000 lbs. of maximum payload.