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After several window stickers for the upcoming Ford F-150 Lightning leaked online last week, Ford has confirmed the authenticity of the range ratings displayed for the electric pickups.
The F-150 Lighting will come with two batteries called Standard Range and Extended Range, with the cheapest model being the Lightning Pro at $41,669.
According to Ford, a Pro with the standard battery will have an official rating of 230 miles per charge, while the extended-range version is rated at 320 miles per charge, which is more than Ford’s previously announced 300-mile estimate.
Those numbers are for the XLT and Lariat trims with both batteries, while the top-of-the-line $93,709 Platium is listed at 300 miles from its original projection of 280 miles.
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The lower range is largely due to the different sets of tires and wheels and the unique bodywork featured on the luxury truck. The F-150 Lightning can also be used as a 9.6 kilowatt generator that can power an average home for up to three days with the extended runtime battery.
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An official production start date for the F-150 Lightning has not been announced, but Ford said it will begin building and delivering them this spring and first-year production is essentially sold out.