The 2022 Ford F-150 is a full-size pickup available in a dizzying array of configurations suited to everything from work to play and just about everything in between.
This year, Ford adds a few styling and bed-utility packages but otherwise leaves this perennial bestseller alone in anticipation of an all-electric version called Lightning that will soon join the lineup.
The F-150 range comes in six different powertrain choices, including several V-6s and V-8s that can lug as much as 14,000 pounds of trailer when properly equipped. Power-wise, the F-150 lineup stretches from a 290-horsepower base V-6 up to 450 hp from a twin-turbo V-6 in the Raptor, though an early favorite may be the hybrid with its 430 hp net and on-board generator that can power a house in a pinch.
Ford is justifiably proud of the F-150’s safety record, including a Top Safety Pick score from the IIHS and a five-star overall rating from the NHTSA. Standard fare includes automatic emergency braking, automatic high beams, and active lane control, while a driver-assist system that allows for limited hands-free driving is optional on high-end versions.