A special version of the Ford F-150 Lightning recently sold for $275,000 at the auction of Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale.
This is almost five times the base price of the truck. Is fighter Country Edition count with one Platinum finish high end.
The special edition begins in $96,874 and features heated/ventilated leather seats, a massive sunroof, and an 18-speaker B&O Unleashed Premium Audio system. It also includes a 15.5” infotainment system, Pro Power Onboard and Blue Cruise.
It also adds touches inspired by the F-35 Lightning II fighter jet. The auctioned version enlisted the help of Sanderson Ford and added aftermarket sport wheels as well as the “Fighter Country Foundation” on the hood.
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Although the changes are minor, apparently a fan wanted to support aa Fighter Country Foundation. The money will go to a charity that “support the men, women and families of Luke Air Force Base in Arizona.”
The highest bidder will receive a unique pickup truck with a battery pack of 131 kWh and integral four-wheel drive thanks to its dual motor that produces 580 hp and 775 ib-ft of torque. This setup offers 0-60 acceleration in four seconds and a range of 100 miles.
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