When Ford unveiled the 2022 F-150 Lightning last month it stated that the Pro version would start at $39,974 and the base version for non-commercial buyers would starts at 52,974 before any federal or state tax incentives. Ford has already received 100,000 reservations for the electric truck and now we have the full pricing details.
Thanks to a leaked pricing document that posted on the F150Gen14 forum, we know that top Platinum trim level will start at $89,874, while the mid-range XLT trim level starts at $52,974. The Premium Package for the XLT trim lists for $3,800 and adds the Co-Pilot Assist 2.0 system with adaptive cruise control, a 9.6-kW onboard power supply, 20-inch wheels, a heated steering wheel, power front seats and a power tailgate.
The Lariat trim level starts at $67,474 and adds a 15-inch touchscreen and leather seats that are heated and ventilated. The Lariat Premium Package costs $79,474 and adds the extended-range battery, Co-Pilot Active 2.0 with the BlueCruise hands-free driving system and an onboard generator. The Platinum trim level adds 22-inch wheels, Nirvana leather, massaging seats, wood trim and the B&O audio system.