In late January, a 2022 Ford F-150 Tremor in Iconic Silver rolled imposingly off the line at Dearborn Truck Plant in Michigan. That truck marks 40 million F-Series trucks made in the United States—an incredible feat 75 years in the making.
Ford first began building the F-Series in 1947, and it’s been a force to be reckoned with ever since. The new Ford F-150 and Super Duty remain at the top of their respective classes with amazing power, capabilities, and innovations.
And Ford is just getting started. This spring, the all-new, all-electric Ford F-150 Lightning arrives. The first-ever electric Ford truck is the quickest and most powerful F-150 ever built, and it offers amazing range and ground-breaking technologies like Ford Intelligent Backup Power.
It’s now been 45 straight years that the Ford F-Series has reigned supreme as America’s bestselling pickup truck. Unmatched by any other truck in the United States for nearly half a century, the F-Series still has plenty of tricks up its sleeve.
Last year, Ford sold 726,004 F-Series trucks across America. That means that the Ford F-Series outsold the No. 2 truck in the land by 156,616 pickups, giving it a dominant and decisive victory over the field.
And if you’re a fan of the F-Series and looking to upgrade in 2022, there’s never been a better time. Not only do you get the all-new F-150 with class-leading capabilities and advanced technologies, but this year marks the long-awaited debut of the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning.
The first-ever all-electric F-150 is perhaps the most impressive truck Ford has made to date. Offering everything from impressive power to long-range potential to leading-edge tech like BlueCruise, the F-150 Lightning has already effectively sold out for 2022. That gives Ford a leg up in making 2022 its 46th straight year as America’s No. 1 truck.
Not to be outdone, 2022 also marks the continued rollout of the awesome new Maverick and the bold Ranger. And where will you find the best trucks that Ford has to offer? Where else but Shults Ford Wexford — your home for all things Ford in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.