F-150 Lightning™ Pro Charging Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What charging devices are available with F-150 Lightning Pro? 
Ford offers an 80-Amp (A) Ford Charge Station Pro that fully charges your extended-range battery from 15 to 100% in about eight hours.* The 120/240-Volt (V) 30A Mobile Power Cord offers an average of about 22 kilometres per charging hour on a 240V outlet. Plus, Ford Commercial Solutions can help manage your home fleet with features like charge usage data to support driver reimbursement and alerts if a vehicle is not plugged in.

Will the F-150 Lightning Pro also be able to charge in public at non-Ford networked chargers? 
Access to North America’s largest public charging network**, the BlueOval™ Charge Network, eliminates the need to register with multiple charging networks or download multiple apps and allows for centralized billing. Standard Connected Built-In Navigation (3 Years of Service) allows you to access real-time charging station information. In addition, F-150 Lightning Pro drivers can charge at non-Ford networked chargers that utilize the industry-standard plugs (J1772 or CCS).

Note: Some charging network providers require individual registration prior to charging.

Why should employees charge at home? 
Charging overnight reduces vehicle and driver downtime and ensures the battery is fully charged to start the workday. Ford's fleet-wide energy monitoring and vehicle management tools can provide fleet managers with reporting to support reimbursement for employees who charge at home.

Can the batteries be recycled?
All Ford electric vehicle (EV) batteries are recyclable. In addition, Ford has partnered with Redwood Materials to build out a more sustainable battery life cycle.

What happens if I run out of charge on the road?
Ford Roadside Assistance can help. You can choose to have your vehicle towed to either the closest public charging station, the nearest participating Ford EV-certified Dealer, or your home residence. If outside of a 25-kilometre radius, Roadside will tow the vehicle to the nearest available charging station among the three options.

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*Charge time based on manufacturer computer engineering simulations. The charging rate decreases as the battery reaches full capacity. Your results may vary based on peak charging times and battery state of charge.

**Based on original equipment manufacturers (OEM)/automotive manufacturers that sell all-electric vehicles and have publicly announced charging networks. Department of Energy data used. FordPass® compatible with select smartphone platforms are available via a download. Message and data rates may apply.