2023 Ford F-150 Lightning – We have previously seen leaked window stickers for the all-electric Ford F-150 Lightning. We were able to see the estimated range of the electric truck from the EPA, which Ford now confirms. The electric truck offers a wide range of features such as powering your home for days. However, you might want to plan your trips in 200-mile increments if the extended range battery is not available.
2023 Ford F-150 Lightning EPA Estimated Details
Final EPA testing has concluded that the all-electric F-150 Lightning is capable of driving approximately 230 miles without stopping to recharge. The Platinum will give you 300 miles without the need to recharge. The estimated EPA range for the F-150 Lightning XLT or Lariat trims with extended range is 320 miles. The Lightning Pro can only be purchased with the extended range battery if it is for a fleet. However, if you choose to purchase a fleet, the range will be 320 miles.
2023 Ford F-150 Lightning EPA Estimated Specs
These numbers are close to what Ford wanted for the F-150 Lightning. The standard range was pretty much perfect, with the exception of the Platinum trim which was supposed to have 280-miles but ended up getting 300. This seems to be the case with the extended range battery, which boosts the range by 20 miles more than Ford intended.
These figures are comparable to the Rivian R1T all-electric pickup truck, which is estimated at 314 miles. The F-150 Lightning is, however, relatively less expensive. The EPA-estimated range is a rough estimate, and should not be taken as a guarantee of accuracy. How the truck is driven, wind resistance, and road conditions all affect the range of the truck’s battery life.