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Ford Confirms F-150 Lightning EPA-Estimated Range Figures

300-320 miles for the Extended Range battery and 230 miles for the Standard Range battery.

The recently leaked EPA range numbers for the future all-electric Ford F-150 Lightning pickup have been validated by Ford.

The company released EPA combined range figures for all trim levels and both battery types (Standard Range and Extended Range), emphasising that the range of the ER battery is 20 miles longer than the target.

In short, customers should expect:

  • Standard Range: 230 miles (370 km)
  • Extended Range (all trims, except of Platinum*): 320 miles (515 km)
    Platinum trim: 300 miles (483 km)

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Here is a more detailed view of the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning EPA range values:

  • Pro 18″
    (SR): 230 miles (370 km)
    (ER – fleets): 320 miles (515 km)
  • XLT
    (SR; 18″): 230 miles (370 km)
    (ER; 20″): 320 miles (515 km)
  • Lariat 20″
    (SR): 230 miles (370 km)
    (ER): 320 miles (515 km)
  • Platinum 22″
    (ER): 300 miles (483 km)

It’s worth noting that some of the versions have different wheel sizes (by 2″), but the same EPA numbers. Potentially, the numbers might be leveled to the lowest, so we are eager to see the test results showing whether Pro SR (18″) is really the same as the Lariat SR (20″). The same concerns Pro ER (18″) and XLT/Lariat ER (20″).

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Linda Zhang, chief program engineer, F-150 Lightning said.

Source: InsideEV

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