How Much Will The  Electric 2023 F-150 Lightning Cost?

Ford is raising the price of the base model of its battery-electric truck, the F-150 Lightning Pro, by $5,000,

 as the automaker struggles with prolonged supply-chain disruptions and rising input costs.

The bad news is, due to substantial increases in materials costs and other factors,

 the Ford F-150 Lightnings price is rising at least $6000, and up to $8500, according to Ford.

The popular all-electric Ford truck now starts between $52,000 and $97,000, while 2022 models range from $40,000 up to $92,000 for the top-of-the-line Lightning.

Pricing for 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning now starts at $46,974 in Ford U.S. territory ($67,316) prior to delivery, state fees,

and also taxes for F-150 Lightning Pro, extending up to $96,874 ($139,359) for the flagship Platinum trim.

 When reservations open for F-150 Lightning Electric pickup trucks tomorrow,

new customers can expect to see price increases of between $6,000 and $8,500 depending on which trim level is chosen.