For F-150 Lightning customers with the standard-range battery, the 250 kilowatt-hours of energy is equal to nearly three “fill-ups,” or near-full charging sessions, or up to 575 miles of electric driving.  -  Photo: Ford

For F-150 Lightning customers with the standard-range battery, the 250 kilowatt-hours of energy is equal to nearly three “fill-ups,” or near-full charging sessions, or up to 575 miles of electric driving.

Photo: Ford

Ford F-150 Lightning owners receive 250 kilowatt-hours of complimentary charging through FordPass Rewards at Electrify America charging stations. This included charging benefit that is available solely to F-150 Lightning retail customers. 

For F-150 Lightning customers with the standard-range battery, the 250 kilowatt-hours of energy is equal to nearly three “fill-ups,” or near-full charging sessions, or up to 575 miles of electric driving

“Electrifying the F-150, America’s best-selling vehicle, is a game changer for bringing electric vehicles fully mainstream,” said Giovanni Palazzo, president/CEO of Electrify America. “We’re proud to have the F-150 Lightning and all Ford electric vehicles take advantage of Electrify America’s growing coast-to-coast ultra-fast charging network to build range confidence wherever they travel.” 

Using Electrify America’s DC fast chargers, the F-150 Lightning with an extended-range battery can, depending on conditions, add an estimated 54 miles of range in approximately 10 minutes, and can achieve a 15% to 80% charge in approximately 41 minutes. 

Reservations for the truck reached nearly 200,000 ahead of order banks opening at the start of the year. Approximately 4,400 F-150 Lightnings have been sold this year to date across all 50 states. This charging agreement builds upon Electrify America’s previous agreement with Ford to provide 250 kilowatt-hours of charging for Mustang Mach-E customers, which has been on sale since late 2020.

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