There is another forum I just joined specifically for Ford F150s. There is a sub-forum for the F150 Lightning where people list their reservation numbers. The oldest numbers listed are in the 10,813,000 range and the newest are in 10,974,000 which are over a week old. Assuming that every number represents a reservation then there are currently at least 160,000 reservations. However exciting these numbers are they represent some real challenges for Ford and Ford F150 Lightning customers. Ford only sells about 900,000 F150 a year so even 160,000 new units represents almost a 20% increase in yearly production. How many F150 Lightnings can Ford produce in a year? Tesla received 400,000 reservations of the Model 3 but it took several years for Tesla to fulfill all those reservations. Will 2022 be as monumental for Ford with the F150 Lightning as 1965 was when the Mustang debut and 400,000 units were sold? About 140,000 reservations were submitted before I submitted my reservation. I will be really surprised if my order gets filled in 2022 but I hope I don't have to wait longer than 2023. But if anyone can build cars in those numbers surely Ford can. How many F150 Lightnings do you think Ford can produce in a year and how long do you think it will take for Ford to fulfill all these early reservations?