The all-electric successor to Europe’s best-selling van is designed from the ground up to fit perfectly into the Ford Pro ecosystem of productivity-enhancing and value-added solutions. E Transit Custom will be supported by Ford Pro software, charging solutions, services and financing through a single comprehensive platform to help increase uptime and reduce operating costs.
The newest member of the Ford Pro’s electrified range will be a key component of Ford’s bold commitment to zero emissions from all sales of Ford vehicles in Europe and a carbon-neutral footprint by 2035.
The all-electric architecture of the E-Transit Custom helps to achieve a range of up to 380 km, fast DC charging and full towing capacity. In addition, the new van will help bring productivity to new levels, using sophisticated connectivity.
“This is a turning point for commercial vehicle operators in Europe and another significant achievement of our Ford Pro ambitions,” said Hans Schep, General Manager, Ford Pro, Europe. “Europe’s best-selling van has just become electric and is backed by Ford Pro’s unique productivity-enhancing ecosystem. The operational benefits it will bring to businesses across Europe cannot be underestimated. ”
The all-electric version of the E-Transit Custom will go into production in the second half of 2023 – part of the largest Transit Custom range ever offered to European customers. More product details will be provided in September this year.
All Transit Custom variants will be built by Ford Otosan – the Ford joint venture in Turkey – at the location of Kocaeli, the European Transit production site, delivered as part of the € 2 billion investment previously announced by Ford Otosan in the factories. its. Ford, SK On Co., Ltd. and Koç Holding also recently signed a memorandum of understanding for an industry-leading joint venture to set up one of the largest commercial vehicle battery factories in Europe. production should begin in the middle of the decade, with annual capacity ranging from 30 to 45 gigawatt hours.
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