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Into the Future with Ford

Now you can experience the power, performance and additional benefits of driving an all-electric vehicle from Ford. Leading the way is the new Mustang Mach-E, with even more all-electric vehicles to come.

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Into the Future with Ford

Now you can experience the power, performance and additional benefits of driving an all-electric vehicle from Ford. Leading the way is the new Mustang Mach-E, with even more all-electric vehicles to come.

ORDER NOW

LEARN MORE ABOUT MACH-E

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Moving Forward with Electric Energy

New all-electric vehicles from Ford offer an efficient and exhilarating driving experience. The energized performance can already be seen in the Mustang Mach-E, which takes less than half a second to reach peak acceleration.* Plus, there are minimal scheduled maintenance costs, zero vehicle emissions, available tax incentives and plenty of other incentives that make for a seamless switch into electric energy. To make it even easier, Ford also offers a network of simple charging methods whether you’re at home or on the road.

*Calculated via peak performance of the electric motor(s) at peak battery power. Your results may vary.

Charging How-Tos

Get to know your all-electric vehicle with these tips for fast and convenient charging.

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Charging Basics

There are many ways to charge your all-electric vehicle. Here are a few things you should know before plugging in.

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Charging at Home

Charging at home can be as simple as plugging in, but here are some additional tips on how to enjoy a seamless charging experience.

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Charging on the Road

Ford makes it easy to charge your all-electric vehicle on the go. Here’s a quick overview on how to utilize the FordPass™ Charging Network.

Charging at Home

Charging your vehicle is as simple as plugging in. Charge overnight with the Ford Mobile Charger that comes with your all-electric vehicle. And if you're looking to maximize your home charging speed, you have options.Tooltip

Ford Connected Charge Station 240V/48A

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Icon of the ford connected charge station on a light blue background

30 Miles
Average range per charging hour.Tooltip

 

Ford Connected Charge Station, an additional purchase for your vehicle, to maximize your home charging speed.Tooltip Ford estimates customers with the 240V/48-amp hard-wired charge station can add an average range of 30 miles per charging hour on a Mustang Mach-E with an extended-range battery and rear-wheel drive.Tooltip

Ford Mobile Charger with 240V/30A NEMA 14-50 Wall Outlet

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Icon of a 240 volt wall outlet a plus symbol and an icon of the ford mobile charger

20 Miles
Average range per charging hour.Tooltip

 

The Ford Mobile Charger comes with your all-electric vehicle and can be plugged into the available 240V wall outlet, allowing every day to start with the electric equivalent of a “full tank.” Ford estimates an average range of 20 miles per charging hour on a Mustang Mach E with an extended-range battery and rear-wheel drive.Tooltip (240V wall outlet requires installation from a licensed electrician.)

Ford Mobile Charger with 120V/12A Wall Outlet

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icon of a 120 volt wall outlet a plus symbol and an icon of the ford mobile charger

3 Miles
Average range per charging hour.Tooltip

 

The Ford Mobile Charger comes with your all-electric vehicle and, for simple charging, can be plugged into a standard home or garage 120V wall outlet. Ford estimates an average range of 3 miles per charging hour on a Mustang Mach-E with an extended-range battery and RWD.Tooltip

FAST HOME CHARGING FOR YOUR MUSTANG MACH-E

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With the available Ford Connected Charge Station, you can charge up to 10X faster than with a standard wall outlet.Tooltip You can even control access to the connected charge station and schedule charge times with available intelligent features. More information will be available later this year.

MSRP $799Tooltip

 

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Ford Offers You the Largest Public Charging Network in North America

On the road, Ford customers will have simple and easy access to the FordPass™ Charging Network – the largest public charging network in North America offered by automotive manufacturers. With over 13,500 charging stations and growing, these stations are as common as some of the most popular pharmacy or coffee chains.*

Find Charging Near You

What Affects Range?

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*Based on original equipment manufacturers (OEM)/automotive manufacturers that sell all-electric vehicles and have publicly announced charging networks. Department of Energy data used. FordPass, compatible with select smartphone platforms, is available via a download. Message and data rates may apply.

Charging on the Road

A 2021 Mustang Mach E parked at a charging station

61 Miles of Range in 10 Minutes with a 150kW DC Fast Charger

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Control How You Charge with FordPass™ On the Go

All-Electric Vehicles: Leaving Myths in the Dust

Forget what you thought you knew about electric vehicles. See how future-facing Ford battery electric vehicles zap the myths.

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Electric Exhilaration

Think battery electric vehicles and speed don’t mix? Prepare for a jaw-drop.

Preproduction model shown.

A 2021 Ford Mustang Mach E being driven in the snow

Electric Vehicle vs. the Elements

What happens when an all-electric vehicle meets the extreme conditions of a punishing snow and subzero temp (as low as -40F!) test?

Preproduction model shown.

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All-Electric F-150

An electric vehicle that’s Built Ford Tough? You bet. Watch the prototype tow more than 1 million pounds.

The F-150 prototype is towing far beyond a production truck’s capacity in a one-time short event demonstration. Never tow beyond a vehicle’s towing capacity. Always consult the owner’s Manual.

All-Electric Incentives

Going all-electric is as easy on your wallet as it is on your lifestyle. Drivers of all-electric vehicles can enjoy potential government incentives, no gas usage, zero vehicle emissions and lower scheduled maintenance costs.

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Federal and State Incentives

You may qualify for as much as $7,500 in federal tax incentives for purchasing an all-electric Ford vehicle in 2020. The federal tax credit is a potential future tax savings. The amount of your tax savings will depend on your individual tax circumstances. Many states also offer additional rebates and incentives for electric vehicle customers — up to $2,500 in certain cases.Tooltip For additional information, go to https://www.afdc.energy.gov/laws/409

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Scheduled Maintenance – Estimated 35% lower Costs vs. Comparable Vehicles

Electric vehicles have fewer moving parts, which could potentially lower scheduled maintenance costs.Tooltip

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Other Available Utility Savings and Incentives

You could be eligible for additional savings. Local utility companies may offer additional rebates or lower charging rates for electric vehicle owners. Check with your local utility provider for complete details.

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$893 of Potential Annual Savings on Fuel

Potentially save more than time at the gas station. A customer choosing an electric vehicle with a battery electric efficiency of 32.9 kWh could save an estimated $893 in annual fuel costs compared with a gas-powered vehicle with an EPA-estimated rating of 20 mpg combined.Tooltip

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Don’t Miss a Thing

We’re harnessing performance and passion to redefine what electric can do. And more exciting new electric vehicles are on the horizon. Be among the first to get updates, info and first looks.

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