The Lightning, a battery-powered variant of the popular Ford F-150, has arrived.

If you look at it at a glance, the truck looks like a typical truck; once you get inside, a different story.

The Ford F-150 Electric can be suitable for all age groups.

The Ford Lightning costs $40,000 for the base model, and the top goes about $95,000.

The extended battery range is 320 miles, and 230 miles is the standard range.

As with most electric vehicles, the torque is incredible: 775 lb-ft as standard.

According to Ford, the F-150 Lightning can tow a trailer weighing up to 10,000 pounds.

The intelligent center console of the electric f 150 is where you can enjoy the travel and determine how much to tow.

Ford has stopped the reservations of Lightning after clocking 20000 numbers. 

Last year, electric vehicles accounted for 3.4 percent of all vehicle sales in the US, which is constantly rising.

The Ford Electric F-150 Lightning is integrated with FordPass which allows remote access for charging.

Want to feel Electric F-150 Lightning? Do a test drive soon.