The all-new Ford F-150 Lightning offers an available Pro Power Onboard™ system which uses the truck’s massive battery pack and bi-directional charging, and offers 12 hours of continuous operation at 2.4 kilowatts with an integrated generator that provides 2.4 kilowatts of exportable electricity – enough to power a home for three days or charge an electric vehicle up to 10 times or run high-output tools and equipment at a worksite.
Along with being the only full-size pickup with standard front and rear cameras, the Lightning is also the first and only truck in its class with standard active park assist.
The standard Pro Power Onboard™ system has 2.4 kilowatts of exportable electricity. An optional 7.2-kilowatt system is also available, making the F-150 Lightning the only full-size pickup with standard front and rear cameras.
When the power goes out, Lightning’s system will get disconnected from the main power grid, allowing you to use the truck’s battery. To give you an idea of how much electric consumption can be done, consider that a typical home uses up to 25 kWh of power every day. The Ford F-150 Lightning’s 98kWh battery can have your house powered up for 3 to 10 days, depending on how many appliances you use.
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