Though it’s completely different underneath, thanks to a huge battery pack and the new independent rear suspension, the Ford engineering team worked hard to make the F-150 Lightning’s cargo box identical to the standard F-150.
This means aftermarket accessories like cargo boxes fit without modification.
Ford knows its truck buyers well, and the F-150 center console has numerous USB ports, cupholders, and a large storage bin. There’s also a slot to hold a smartphone, business cards, or whatever else a hard-working truck owner needs at hand.
The storage box under the armrest is even big enough to hold file folders.
The Ford F-150 Lightning Pro comes with the standard range battery good for an estimated 230-miles, but an extended range battery is available for a $10,000 premium — however, the 300-mile Pro Extended Range can only be ordered by eligible Ford Fleet business customers.
Regular buyers need to jump to the XLT trim to get the big battery.