Ford F-150 Lightning Pro joins the lineup as an entry-level workhorse


Ford has revealed a commercial-oriented entry model of the F-150 Lightning, which carries an MSRP of $39,974 for the standard range battery variant with a targeted range of up to 370 km (230 mi) and an MSRP of $49,974 for an extended-range variant with a targeted range of up to 483 km (300 mi).

The Lightning Pro doesn’t look all that different compared to the XLT, but it doesn’t get a body-colored front bumper as well besides non-painted door handles and mirror caps. The Pro also loses the thick light strip connecting the running lights, and the grille design here is a very basic one. However, it rides on the same 18-inch machined aluminum wheels as the XLT.

The Lightning Pro will be offered in a 5-seater SuperCrew configuration. Features include vinyl seats, a 12-inch SYNC 4 touchscreen, a 12-inch driver display, and the Ford Co-Pilot360 2.0 suite of driver assistance systems.

The power and torque figures depending on the standard or extended range battery pack remain the same as the rest of the Lightning lineup. The payload and towing capacities also remain the same. With the standard battery, the Lightning Pro has a targeted payload and towing capacities of 907 kg (2,000 lbs) and 2,268 kg (5,000 lbs), respectively. The optional Max Trailer Tow package increases the towing capacity to 3,493 kg (7,700 lbs). When opted for the extended range battery pack and the Max Trailer Tow package, the towing capacity can be upped to 4,536 kg (10,000 lbs).


Pro Power Onboard comes standard with 2.4 kW of capability through four outlets in the frunk, two more in the cabin and two in the bed. A 9.6 kW Pro Power Onboard is optional. The extended-range battery adds two more 120-volt and a 240-volt AC outlet in the bed.

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