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. But it’s not all muscle. It also offers high-level technologies and features that keep you connected and help you work smarter. Making you more productive than ever before. So, welcome to the future of business.
EXPAND YOUR DEFINITION OF WHAT A TRUCK CAN BE
Your truck has always been important, but now it becomes a vital part of the infrastructure of your life. The Ford F-150 Lightning connects to your house when it needs to power up, but can return the favour if the lights go out with available Ford Intelligent Backup Power. You can monitor its status from just about anywhere with FordPass. A truck still means freedom, but it should also mean peace of mind.
It’s that amp turned up, we have liftoff type of power — and your F-150 delivers it, even when parked. Class-exclusive Pro Power Onboard gives you the ability to use your truck like a mobile generator. And with the new, class-exclusive, available 3.5L PowerBoost Full Hybrid V6 engine, you can wield up to a massive 7.2kW of exportable power.
To borrow from an old phrase, uptime is money. That’s why we’ve equipped the F-150 Lightning with some impressive available range. Including an available extended-range battery that offers a targeted EPA-estimated range of 480 km. So you can spend your time on the job. Not on the sidelines.
INTERIOR WORK SURFACE
Sign documents, open up your laptop or grab a quick lunch break. With the available Interior Work Surface, your F-150 Lightning interior is also your go-to office. Stow the shifter so a table can fold directly from the centre console. Plus the wireless 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot trial allows you to answer emails or send out paperwork. Standard on XLT, LARIAT, and Platinum.
You might wonder what we did with all that room where the engine used to be. It’s called a front trunk. The front trunk combined with exportable power is a game-changer that has the potential to impact how trucks are used both functionally and socially.