As outlined earlier, Ford is touting the brand new Vapor Injection Heat Pump System as the major feature update on the 2024 edition of the F-150 Lightning. The company claims that this feature will help the vehicle optimize power consumption regardless of whether it is in heating or cooling mode. 

Ford also asserts that this updated system will ensure optimum system performance in all kinds of weather and ambient temperature conditions. That said, the real-life implications of this system will only be known once the first of these 2024 model-year vehicles reach consumers.

The Tow Technology Package is now offered as standard on the XLT (and above) variants of the truck. This package includes features like Smart Hitch, On-board Scales, a 360-degree camera, Pro Trailer Backup Assist, and Trailer Reverse Guidance. The 2024 Ford F-150 Lightning also supports the Pro Power Onboard feature, letting owners use the truck as a plug-in power source even while the truck is powered off.

Additions to the Ford BlueCruise package include a new handsfree highway driving mode (available on select trims), a new Lane Change Assist feature, and even an in-lane repositioning feature.

Pricing for the 2024 Ford F-150 Lightning starts at $62,995 (instead of $64,995) for the XLT Standard Range variant. The Flash Extended Range variant, on the other hand, now has an MSRP of $67,995 — $5,500 lower than its older pricing of $73,495. As for the Lariat Extended Range option, this trim level will now set you back by $76,995, making it $2,500 cheaper than before. The pricing for the Platinum Extended Range option remains unchanged at $84,995.

Source link