Ford Hybrid & Electric Vehicles

Ford is making no secret of its endeavour to revolutionise its range of cars with hybrid and electric technology – so much so, there is $11 billion being invested into ensure its cars are sustainable for the future of motoring.

A total of 15 electrified vehicles are planned up to 2022, with eight having being launched in 2019 alone. A mixture of various hybrid types and all-electric vehicles are on their way, with the technology gracing some of Ford’s existing cars, as well as some new ones that are yet to hit the road.

These will consist of fun-to-drive city cars, practical SUVs and even commercial vehicles so there’s something for all needs. In addition, Ford will offer a number of ways to keep your Plug-In Hybrid or All-Electric car charged through a variety of options, making the process as painless as possible.


Ford Mild Hybrid Cars (mHEV)

Mild hybrid (mHEV) cars use incorporate a small electric motor powered by a 48V battery with a petrol engine. Mild hybrids cannot be driven on electricity alone, but use electricity to supplement the engine for better fuel economy. Mild hybrids don't require manual charging from an external charge point and are instead able to regenerative electricity on the go.

Ford Focus Estate


Ford Tourneo Custom


Ford Transit Custom


Ford Transit


Ford Mild Hybrid Cars (mHEV)

Mild hybrid (mHEV) cars use incorporate a small electric motor powered by a 48V battery with a petrol engine. Mild hybrids cannot be driven on electricity alone, but use electricity to supplement the engine for better fuel economy. Mild hybrids don't require manual charging from an external charge point and are instead able to regenerative electricity on the go.

Ford Focus Estate


Ford Tourneo Custom


Ford Transit Custom


Ford Transit


Ford Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV)

Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) are able to drive the car using electricity and incorporate a combustion engine together a battery-powered electric motor. HEVs can intelligently switch between electric power and mechanical power from the engine, helping the car run more efficiently at slower speeds.

Ford Mondeo Estate


Ford Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV)

Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) are able to drive the car using electricity and incorporate a combustion engine together a battery-powered electric motor. HEVs can intelligently switch between electric power and mechanical power from the engine, helping the car run more efficiently at slower speeds.

Ford Mondeo Estate


Ford Plug-In Hybrid Cars


Plug-In Hybrids (PHEVs) take the technology to a new level in electrified vehicles, offering much more flexibility in what can be achieved on the road. While a standard hybrid car boosts a car’s economy and efficiency, a plug-in hybrid enhances these elements even further.


PHEVs allow for the car to be driven on battery power alone for around 30 miles of range (50km), while the options for either hybrid mode or combustion engine only are also available depending on the journey type.


Charging your PHEV Ford can be done primarily through plugging the car into the mains, while advanced self-charging technology can also be available.


Ford Plug-In Hybrids include: All-New Kuga, Transit Custom, Tourneo Custom

All-New Kuga


First Ford PHEV is the all-new Kuga


Transit Custom


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Tourneo Custom


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Ford All-Electric Cars

Ford’s next endeavour creating a sustainable line of vehicles is offering a line of All-Electric models (EVs) – this will start in earnest with the striking Mustang Mach-E.

Despite not having a combustion engine, Ford’s aim is to ensure its electric vehicles will remain great to drive and engaging for the driver at the wheel.

Meanwhile, making ownership as frictionless as possible, charging your electric Ford is made to be easy, with charging at home through the Ford Wallbox being the primary power source, with public charge points a solid secondary option.

The Mustang Mach-E is set to be sold exclusively online, with deliveries expected to start in October 2020.


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