An innovative Pro Power Onboard system in the Ford F-150 Lightning and the F-150 PowerBoost Hybrid allows sharing miles with other vehicles.
The Ford F-150’s electrified versions – Lightning and PowerBoost Hybrid – are available with the optional Pro Power Onboard system. This advanced feature enables to charge vehicles of Ford or other manufacturers using an exclusive 240-volt outlet, onboard generators, and a high-capacity battery: so, the pickups serve as high-energy power sources on wheels.
How It Works?
The Ford Mobile Power Cord charger linked through a power adaptor delivers Level 2 charging to a vehicle when it is connected to the 7.2- or 9.6-kW Pro Power Onboard the aforementioned models are equipped with.
Thanks to this vehicle-to-vehicle delivery of charge, an extended-range RWD Mustang Mach-E receives additional 20 miles per changing hour, an F-150 Lightning receives 13 mi/hour, and this figure is 10 mi/hour for a Ford E-Transit low-roof cargo van.
The 2021 Ford F-150 PowerBoost Hybrid pickup has already got the 7.2-kW Pro Power Onboard generator which can be used to power the Ford Mobile Power Cord, tools and accessories.
The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning will debut the 9.6-kW Pro Power Onboard in the spring of 2022.
Ford says that on occasion customers can even use the F-150 Lightning to power their homes up to 3 days with the help of Ford Intelligent Backup Power.
Moreover, Ford has one more useful feature – a Mega Power Frunk offering many power outlets and up to 14 cubic feet of lockable storage.