Ford CEO announces 70,000 orders already placed for new EV F-150
Ford Motor Company CEO Jim Farley discusses the future integration of Ford’s electric vehicles.
The Ford F-150 Lightning has hit a new milestone of 100,000 reservations less than a month after its unveiling in May, the automaker confirmed to FOX Business.
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This is up from the 70,000 sold by May 26 and touted by CEO Jim Farley.
Reservations for the all-electric pickup, which will officially open this fall, only require a $100 refundable deposit. Deliveries aren't scheduled to begin until the spring of 2022.
The full-size truck has a starting price of $39,974 (not including delivery fees) and qualifies for the full $7,500 federal electric vehicle tax credit. A fully-loaded Platinum trim luxury version is currently listed at an estimated price of $90,474.