The first completely electric F-150, the Ford Lightning, is starting to gain
widespread recognition. However, it is not the original F-150 Lightning
The 1993–1995 Lightning has this distinction; it was a potent special edition that helped
age of the supertruck. And the Lightning was a perfect way to end the square-body F-150.
The 1993–1995 Ford F-150 SVT Lightning, known as the "square body" model,
had an engine tuned for 240 horsepower and a lowered, stiffer suspension
However, SVT did not equip the Lightning with a supercharger until the second iteration
The Special Vehicle Team's (SVT) changes primarily addressed the suspension of the F-150.
The team's first vehicle was a ninth-generation F-150 regular cab/short bed, which was
The Lightning was RWD, but they chose the tougher 4WD frame and strengthened it even further
The vehicle was lowered 2.5 inches at the back and 1 inch at the front. Subsequently
Monroe Formula GP shock absorbers, and an extra leaf spring intended to prevent wheel hop.