I have a large concrete driveway and used a very lightweight plow on my old Sport Trac for a few years. Took care of a few neighbors' drives as well when we got a heavy snow. The family got bigger and ended up with an Expedition. Managed to put a Boss sport duty plow on that and moved a lot of snow. I'm between plow rigs now, but have been thinking the Lightning might work well for residential needs. I've heard @Tom Moloughney speculate on EV plowing a little. Just thinking out loud here and looking for others' thoughts: Reasons the Lightning would likely get a snow plow kit: Being part of the #1 truck line increases the likelihood the plow makers would have an easy transition to adapt their mounts and plows to it. Residential plowing probably wouldn't stretch the range much if I'm just working my own driveway and local neighbors. Electricity for the plow is abundant, and I acknowledge it will suck range like towing. Torque from electric motors should be sufficient for such a plow (?) Electric drive should stand up to the plowing work better than a mechanical drive train. I've heard of landscaping companies who just refuse to do plowing because the profits from offseason work are consumed by truck repairs after a winter of back and forth shifting. On the flip side - I know F150 is at the low end of plowing capability and that most are F250 or higher, but expect the modern lightweight sport duty plows used on SUVs and other light trucks shouldn't stress the truck too much. Obviously you need counterweight in the bed, but that built in scale will sure make it easy to know how you're loaded. Do you think Ford will say putting a plow on a Lightning will void the warranty? What am I missing?