As you may have deduced, the F-150 Lightning price varies according to which trim level and optional features you select.
The entry-level Pro model gives you the best price, and it comes with all the basics, including a 12-inch infotainment touchscreen, dual-zone automatic climate control, and LED headlights.
With the mid-level XLT, you get a little more comfort and luxury, with cloth seating and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. This F-150 Lightning is also available with more options, including the Pro Power Onboard station and adaptive cruise control.
Luxury comes standard with the Lariat, which features leather upholstery, ventilated front seats, and an eight-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system. And this trim model is also available with a twin-panel panoramic sunroof and Ford’s Blue Cruise semi-autonomous driving system.
The top-tier trim, the Platinum, is loaded with all of the aforementioned luxury features. And it also adds upgraded leather upholstery, front-seat massage settings, and an 18-speaker B&O sound system. This EV truck even comes with the Max Trailer tow package to help you move the biggest possible trailer (up to 10,000 pounds). When you purchase the F-150 Lightning Platinum, Ford will also send a third-party technician to your home to install the Ford Charge Station Pro. It adds 30 miles of driving range per hour of charge.