2022 E-Series Cutaway

PRODUCTIVITY

WORK DOESN’T HAVE TO BE HARD

Drivers who spend hours working behind the wheel know the importance of comfort to a productive workday. The Ford E-Series cab is conveniently designed to get into and out of easily. The seating is firm and supportive, instruments are simple to read and controls are easy to operate. And with an ergonomic instrument panel, everything is right where you need it.
A woman driving a 2022 Ford E Series

THE EASE OF E-SERIES

The ergonomic interior design of the 2022 E-Series helps enhance your overall driving experience with standard features that include a tilt/telescoping steering column, a convenient instrument cluster and finish panel, Bluetooth® radio and a dual USB port.
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DUAL USB PORT

Have an accessory that needs a plug? Then take advantage of the dual USB port. There are conventional USB and USB-C outlets that go wherever the job takes you.
Close up of the dual smart u s b port

FORD COMMERCIAL SOLUTIONS

We’ve engineered manufacturer-grade commercial tools in conjunction with the Ford vehicles that make up your fleet. Our software and hardware work seamlessly with your vehicles to help you solve problems, optimize your fleet and keep your operations running smoothly. Ford Telematics™ and Ford Data Services™ give you the power of choice to run your business how you want.

ELECTRONIC MESSAGE CENTER

The standard electronic message center provides the information that a business relying on commercial vehicles would need on a daily basis — miles-to-empty, miles traveled, average fuel economy, oil life, engine idle hours, engine hours and more.
Close up of the electronic message center

ERGONOMIC DESIGN

Ford designers have made the instruments and controls in the E-Series as easy to read and operate as possible. And they took the cover for the engine and turned it into a multifunctioning console with beverage holders and storage trays.
A person using the grab handle to climb into a 2022 Ford E Series