Due to early demand, the automaker moves to almost double production, which starts later this spring.

Ford unveiled this week the online configuration tool for the electric F-150 Lightning truck, which will be available in Pro, XLT, Lariat, and Platinum trim levels. 

The Pro trim, which will only be offered to businesses, will start at $41,669 and come with a standard range 98.0-kWh battery suitable for 230 miles. 

That has 426 horsepower and 775 lb-ft of torque in addition to all-wheel drive.

The XLT trim, which will typically be the entry-level trim, will cost $54,669 and 

come with an option between a standard-range battery and an extended-range battery with a 300-mile range.

For an additional $10,000, the latter will increase the performance to 563 horsepower and 775 lb-ft of torque. 

However, customers who choose the longer-range battery will also need to purchase the XLT 312A equipment group, 

raising the cost of the longer-range XLT trim to $74,169 before the shipping fee of $1695.

As a result, the pricing of the XLT model with the standard-range battery and the extended-range pack differs significantly. 

A motorised tailgate, 20-inch wheels, and a 9.6-kW Pro Power Onboard system are among the extras that come with that option group. 

Two other towing packages are also offered for a small additional cost.