New Ford F-150 Lightning in Nashville TN

                                           

The New Ford F-150 Lightning All-Electric, Full-Sized Truck

How would you like a full-sized truck that is Ford tough and environmentally friendly? Enter the Ford F-150 Lightning. It is an electric vehicle that can keep up with its gas-powered siblings driving around Springfield and beyond. It is every bit as tough as the rest of the Ford F-150 models.

Performance

How about 563 horsepower and 775 pound-feet of torque? The Ford F-150 Lightning is not designed for putting around town. It is a full-fledged work vehicle. The standard battery will take you up to 230 miles. The extended-range battery has a range of up to 320 miles.

Towing and Hauling

Your new Ford F-150 Lightning will haul 2,000 pounds. It will tow up to 10,000 pounds around Chatham, IL. Our safety trailer package helps you back up your trailer, hook up to it and drive around town and beyond with ease. Turning a knob on the dash will back your trailer up in whatever direction you desire.

Interior and Exterior

The Ford F-150 Lightning has 11 AC power outlets, including four in the cargo bed area, to power everything you need. Power tools are no problem. The Lightning has 9.6 kilowatts to spare. Camping and tailgating needs can easily be met and exceeded. If your truck is also your office, you can fold down the shifter and fold out a flat work surface. The tailgate is also a flat, nonslip work surface. It has clamped pockets and an embedded ruler. Using the 15.5-inch touchscreen from inside, you can light up 360 degrees around your truck.

The touchscreen provides navigation, multimedia details, and views from an exterior 360-degree camera. You have storage in the front trunk and under the seats. There is seating for up to five passengers. As with gasoline-powered F-150s, you have choices in model trims. There is the Pro, the XLT, the Lariat, and the Platinum versions. This allows you to choose the extras and interior appointments you prefer.

Charging Solutions

One way to power your F-150 Lightning is through finding charging stations with the FordPass app around Auburn, IL, and beyond. Ford provides 250 kWh of free charging that you can access through the app to get you started. After that, the BlueOval network of charging stations will be available to you through the app. You will have the convenience of being billed through the app. The chargers will recognize your truck and begin charging once hooked up. When you access a station with fast charging, you can add 54 miles of range in just 10 minutes of charging.

Another popular way for people who live around Riverton, IL, to power their F-150 is to have their home charging station. Ford is partnering with the Sunrun solar energy company to install the charging systems. You can also hire Sunrun to install solar panels to power the charger. Ford states that eight hours of overnight charging will top the F-150 Lightning battery bank off at full charge. When you purchase the extended-range F-150 Lightning, the home charging station is included. The Ford Mobile Power Cord is standard for all model trims for 30-amp charging.

In the event of a power outage, you can use the truck to supply power to your home for up to three days. Having backup power capability for your home requires the installation of the optional Ford Home Integration Station.

Visit the showroom at Landmark Ford Trucks East to learn more about the new Ford F-150 Lightning and reserve your custom ordered model today.

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