If you’re considering making the switch to an electrified vehicle, then it’s important you understand the differences between them. Click on the icons below to get more information on Mild Hybrid, Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid and All-Electric Vehicles.
Ford is investing $11 billion in Electrified Vehicles (2017-2022). In Amsterdam at our Go Further event in April, we announced the introduction of 15 electrified vehicles in Europe, including 8 that will launch in 2019.
Ford is committed to an electric future in Europe, with 13 hybrid vehicles making up the Ford Hybrid family by 2020. Whether you’re looking for a fun-to-drive city car, a practical hybrid car for the family or a capable hybrid van that doesn’t compromise on your business needs – you’ll find the right vehicle for you with the Ford Hybrid range.
Ford is offering a number of practical ways to ensure your Plug-in Hybrid or All-Electric vehicle’s battery is kept charged. Depending on the type of electric car or van you choose, there are a variety of Charging options and solutions we can provide. We want to make Charging your Plug-in hybrid or electric vehicle as easy and painless as possible.
To date, a fleet of 20 Ford Transit Custom Plug-In Hybrid vans have covered 150,000 miles within the city of London. During the trial, 75 per cent of the fleet’s mileage in Central London and 49 per cent in Greater London has been completed using pure electric power. Proving that even without a fully established EV Charging network, our Ford Hybrid Technology is able to dramatically reduce tailpipe emissions in the city and urban areas.
The government offers a Plug-in Car grant of up to £3,500 off the purchase price of certain hybrid and electric cars, or up to £8,000 for electric vans. Other benefits include car tax exemptions if you own a zero-emissions vehicle. Plus, you can get money off installation charges if you opt for an at-home charging station.