Initially exclusive to Germany and Sweden, the Hedin-sold trucks are the Lariat with the 5.0-liter Coyote V8, Limited with the 3.5-liter PowerBoost V6 hybrid powertrain, and Raptor with the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6. “We are looking forward to offering European Ford dealerships the F-150 family along with a full-service program, warranties, spare parts, and accessories,” said Anderz Larqvist, chief executive officer at Hedin US Motor AB.
In related news, Ford has recently announced the second price hike in two months for the F-150 Lightning. The Dearborn-based automaker cites worsening market conditions, which is another way of saying that both inflation and supply woes have forced it to add $5,000 to the starting price of the Pro. The work-oriented trim level is currently listed by the build-and-price tool at $51,974, excluding the $1,795 destination freight charge and $7,500 federal tax credit for purchasing an electric vehicle.
The XLT is $59,474 with the Standard-Range Battery or a whopping $80,974 with the Extended-Range Battery, which makes the Lariat ERB seem like a much better deal at $85,974. The Lariat SRB costs $74,474. At the other end of the spectrum, the ERB-only Platinum retails at $96,874.