Whether they’re operating in electric mode, gas mode or a combination of both, these vehicles optimize efficiency and simplicity. The plug-in hybrid vehicles can be recharged in under three hours using a 240-volt outlet. And now, there’s an all-electric SUV in the family—meet the Mustang Mach-E.
2022 Escape Titanium Hybrid. * Standard on all Hybrid models, the 2.5L I-4 Atkinson-cycle powertrain features an electronically controlled continuously variable transmission (eCVT) and a 96 kW electric motor. Also, the Escape Hybrid packages its liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery smartly outside of the vehicle cabin below the floor of the second-row seats, rather than occupying a significant portion of the cargo area. Models: SE Hybrid, SEL, Hybrid and Titanium Hybrid....less
*2.5L Titanium Hybrid FWD/CVT. Range calculation based on 14.2-gallon tank and EPA-estimated rating of 41 combined mpg. Actual mileage and range will vary.
The 2022 Escape Plug-In Hybrid* model has a Level 1/Level 2 AC charging port. What’s more, the design of the 2022 Escape SUV allows for the battery to be stored underneath the vehicle, which frees up space in the cabin, offering plug-in customers more room with no humps from the battery. Three available models, SE Plug-in Hybrid, SEL Plug-in Hybrid and Titanium Plug-in Hybrid....less
F-series has been America’s best-selling truck for 44 years*
for a reason. And now, it’s charging into the future with the all-new, all-electric 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning. It’s the first ever F-Series that’s gas free and offers more connected technology, an elevated driving experience and trusted Built Ford Tough capability....less
America’s best-selling van* is charging forward with the 2022 Ford E-Transit van. Available in Chassis Cab, Cutaway and Cargo Van models, it comes in 3 lengths and roof heights on Cargo Van. E-Transit offers versatility and access to the largest public charging network in North America. ** ...less
*Based on total U.S. reported sales (2019CY).
**Based on original equipment manufacturers/automotive manufacturers that sell all-electric vehicles and have publicly announced charging networks. Department of Energy data used.