Ford has recently announced the F-150 Lightning Flash, an all-new electric vehicle. Another version of the all-electric F-150 Lightning’s long-range battery is on the way, and it will be more reasonably priced than ever before.
Ford F-150 Lightning Flash Details
The extended-range battery gives it an EPA-estimated 320-mile range, making it an improvement over the XLT model.
Ford BlueCruise, which allows for hands-free driving on the highway, is standard on the Flash. This cool gadget is now available in version 1.2, which adds the capability of switching lanes without using your hands after activating the turn signal (when safe to do so).
The F-150 Lightning Flash comes standard with a B&O Sound System, a 15.5-inch touchscreen, and a suite of towing-specific extras.
Ford F-150 Lightning Flash Price
The MSRP for Ford’s new F-150 Lightning Flash is $70,000. True enough. With these options, the suggested retail price is $69,995. That’s over $7,000 less than the Lariat, which was previously the entry point to the longer range, but $12,000 more than the XLT with its smaller battery.
If you’re already picturing yourself driving this truck into the future, you’ll be able to place orders through Ford’s website in the first few months of 2024.