2022 Ford F-150 For Sale In Oklahoma City
The 2022 F-150 will mostly go unchanged as far as interior tech; that means a standard 8.0-inch touchscreen and wireless Apple CarPlay along with Android Auto. Along with standard USB ports, a wireless charging pad has been added. In higher-up models, 8.0-inch and 12.0-inch gauge displays are included, while standard models may have 4.0-inch clusters. A Wi-Fi hotspot is available and can support up to 10 devices at a time and covers up to 50 feet around the vehicle. Higher-end F-150 models can enjoy a Bang & Olufsen premium audio system with 18 speakers, including some in the front headrests. Ford recently announced the fully electric F-150 Lightning that Ford says will be the most powerful F-150 ever built. The Lightning features a dual-motor AWD powertrain good for 563 hp and is estimated to go 0-60 in the mid-four second range.
F-150 Raptor R
In the 2021 Truck of the Year competition, the Ram 1500 TRX upped the F-150 Raptor with a 702-hp supercharged V-8 borrowed from the Charger Hellcat and won in the off-road super truck game. So, Ford’s response is the 2022 F-150 Raptor R, which will have a V-8 engine closely resembling that of a 760-hp supercharged 5.2-liter fou7nd in the Mustang GT500. Expect more details on the Raptor R, along with an airborne matchup between the F-150 Raptor R and the Ram 1500 TRX.
All models of the F-150 include standard driver-assist, brake auto-hold, automatic emergency braking, hill start assist, automatic high beams, and automatic windshield wipers. Added on the mid-range and high-end trim levels are rear cross-traffic alert and blind-spot monitoring. Also available is the semi-autonomous parking assist system, lane-keep assist, emergency evasive steering, intersection collision avoidance, and Co-Pilot 360 Assist 2.0 adds adaptive cruise control.
Comfort and Towing
The F-150 offers three different cab and bed options, which can be arranged in numerous configurations. The standard Regular Cab provides seating for three across its bench seat. The SuperCab increases the capacity to five or six, while the SuperCrew model offers the same amount of seats as the SuperCab, but with a more spacious second row. Towing and payload capacities for the F-150 depend on the body, cab, powertrain, and options configuration. The highest payload capacity for the F-150 is the Regular Cab, 8.0-foot bed, RWD model with the 5.0-liter V-8, and heavy-duty payload package. It can haul up to 3,325 pounds and is claimed by Ford to be the best payload capacity of any light-duty full-size pickup truck. The towing capacity of the F-150 tops out at 14,000 pounds, enabled by the SuperCab.