When it comes to electric cars like the Ford F-150 Lightning, range anxiety is a serious problem.

Generally speaking, EVs have days without needing to be charged and have more than adequate

 But Jim Farley, the CEO of Ford, drove the 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning to find out about

The 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning can be fully charged from 15% to 80% in around 44 minutes

. It takes about eight hours for a Level 2 charger to completely recharge the batteries. 

The F-150 Lightning may be charged over a few days using a 120V household outlet.

The range is barely increased by around one mile per hour. 

Jim Farley said that charging the Ford Lightning on a road trip gave him some issues. 

The reason for this is because the Electrify America charging stations aren't performing up to par. 

Fast charging facilities are becoming harder to come by, and sometimes we find

 not operational. We've encountered problems at a couple different charging stations 

Sometimes the DC fast charging stations weren't working properly even while the charging network was online,