Ford has unveiled the F-150 Lightning Pro, the most widely used type of F-150 Lightning Electronic box designed for retail customers. They come in a variety of colors and are long, Pro colors come with essential vinyl chairs, easy to clean and with no interior design options. However, they still offer the most important commercial tools like high-end chargers and packages.
The Pro model is very similar to the consumer brand, but it has pricing and options designed to appeal to traders and merchants. The original range of $ 39,974 (pre-promotion) is available to both ship dealers and dealers and offers 426 horsepower with a capacity of 755 pounds, and 230 miles of EPA. It comes with a 32 amp amp charger and can pull up to 5,000 pounds in regular trim.
By far, the $ 49,974 brand is pretty impressive. It offers the same price as the $ 90,474 platinum brand, but is actually cheaper than the $ 52,974, 230-mile XLT price range. It offers 563 horsepower with a capacity of 775 pounds and comes standard with an 80-amp Ford Charge Station Pro as well as two dual boards. The specially selected package allows you to pull up to 10,000 pounds. Interestingly, they are available to commercial customers “regardless of the size of the fleet,” Ford said.
Some are similar to what you would find on a regular F-150 Lightning like the “Mega Power Frunk” storage, which is used primarily for consumers who want to hide and close their equipment. It also comes with a four-door SuperCrew door with 5.5 bed, always on a 4×4 dual car model, Sync4 infotainment system, plus color LCD touch screen and 12-inch display output. Buyers also get Ford’s Co-Pilot360 2.0 auxiliary assistants and, yes, a larger enough tire.
The longer the brand, the more likely it is that a customer will be offered the offer popularity to this day of F-150 Lightning. Ford says buyers of the F-150 Lightning Pro will be able to use Ford’s digital military equipment that specializes in rental, tax payments and more. This includes a 4G LTE modem which (when unlocked) can help controllers monitor kilowatt hour usage, speed, empty distance and much more. You can sign up for the F-150 Lightning Pro or learn more about Ford shipyard.
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