The base model starts just over $40,000 with 230 miles of range and just enough features for the work-truck buyer.
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When Ford unwrapped the F-150 Lightning this week, and it jogged memories of a drag strip and an old truck we all watched pull away.
After 10 miles in the new electric pickup, we find it looks like a boot and rides like a sneaker.
An electric F-150 is cool. An electric sport truck would have been cooler, especially since Ford has already proved it knows how to build one.
The new electric pickup is available in XLT, Lariat, and Platinum models, and a base model is coming, too. This is the equipment each one gets.
Ford's electric pickup could get a whole new segment of the market thinking about buying an EV.
Ford promises EPA ratings of 230 and 300 miles, but towing and hauling near the claimed 10,000-pound maximum is going to seriously cut into those figures.
There's some overlap with Rivian and GMC, but the Ford is the most affordable electric truck of the year.
Ford's new electric pickup claims up to 300 miles of range and a 10,000-pound towing capacity.
The electric pickup appears to share its body with the gas version, but has different wheels and headlights.
The electric pickup will be revealed on May 19, and it will go on sale in the middle of next year.