There’s a lot that the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning does that other vehicles can’t. When it arrives nationwide — and at North Brothers Ford in Westland, Michigan — this spring, the F-150 Lightning will be one of the only vehicles capable of giving other EVs a charge.
With standard 7.2-kilowatt or available 9.6-kilowatt Pro Power Onboard, the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning can use its 240-volt outlet and Ford Mobile Power Cord to charge up other EVs. Apply an aftermarket power adaptor, you can use the Mobile Power Cord to add up to 13 miles of charge per hour to another F-150 Lightning. You could also charge a Ford Mustang Mach-E, E-Transit, and even EVs from other automakers.
This feature is also available on the 2021-22 Ford F-150 equipped with the 3.5-liter PowerBoost™ Full Hybrid V6 and optional 7.2-liter Pro Power Onboard. It’s just another example of the innovation that’s made the Ford F-Series America’s bestselling truck for 45 years … and counting.
Besides vehicle-to-vehicle charging, there are so, so many more reasons to consider the all-new 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning. The F-150 Lightning is the quickest and most powerful F-150 yet, delivering 563 horsepower and 775 lb-ft of torque with the optional extended-range battery. It’s also off-road-ready, capable of towing up to 10,000 pounds, and can cover up to 300 miles on a full charge.
Interested in making the leap to an electric vehicle? The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning comes to North Brothers Ford this spring. Learn more about the F-150 Lightning at our website, then contact us to learn how you can reserve this amazing automotive achievement.
 Max towing on Pro, XLT and LARIAT with available extended-range battery and Max Trailer Tow Pkg. Max towing varies based on cargo, vehicle configuration, accessories and number of passengers. Based on full charge. USA EPA-targeted range reflecting current status based on analytical projection consistent with US EPA combined drive cycle. Actual range varies with conditions such as external environment, vehicle use, vehicle maintenance, lithium-ion battery age and state of health. Final EPA-estimated ratings available in 2022 calendar year.