Outlets !?!? -- "F-150 Lightning can deliver up to 9.6 kilowatts. 1 circuit serves the sockets in the cabin & the frunk, good for 2.4 kW. Meanwhile, twin inverters in the rear bed deliver 3.6 kW each, & can be ganged up to a single 240V outlet to act as a single 7.2 kW supply..."The "plugs in the trunk" appear to be a portable power source, not part of the vehicle
The picture of the front cabin from the driver's window looks like a ca. 1980 computer rendering -- no textute, very straight lines, very flat surfaces, everything at about the same lighting level; very odd, as the other pics look perfectly normal. I like the massive foundation for the windshield wiper's pivot.Thanks for the share! Great photos!
A few comments:
#1 - We can finally get a sneak peak at part of the backseat!!! Unfortunately, nothing is that impressive according to our viewpoint.
#2 - I love the "How's my driving?" sticker/tape on the back. Hilarious!
#3 - Geez Louise, there is a ton going on in that frunk! I am sure some of the smart people on here can possibly name of all of those parts and components. I was excited to see the electrical outlets, but it looks to be a generator that one of the workers put in there. Lame...
Edit - I ran that VIN in Carfax. Looks like it has an excellent history, no accidents, and worth the purchase! lol (actually... nothing comes up in Carfax...nothing surprising here)
Yoke with horizontal bars. Rectangular yoke.new steering wheel compare to previous prototypes
19.6 x 9.5 x 12 in