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Ford Electric & Hybrid Range

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Mild Hybrid
Mild Hybrid (MHEV)

A small electric motor enhances the efficiency of a conventional engine for even greater fuel economy and reduced emissions. In Mild Hybrid vehicles the two sources of energy work together to power your engine and electrical systems (e.g. radio) in the best way. The electric motor does not power the car on its own – it just helps it. Electricity comes from regenerative braking which captures energy typically lost using the brakes and from a generator powered by the conventional engine.

Ford Tourneo Custom

New Tourneo Custom

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Smart, hybrid technology helps keep emissions at a minimum.

Ford Transit Custom

New Transit Custom

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Mild hybrid electric built to help you work more efficiently than ever.

Ford Transit

Ford Transit

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More connected, more efficient engine and a striking new design

Plug-In Hybrid
Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV)

Plug-in Hybrid electric vehicles have the two sources of power like a Hybrid, but with a larger, high-voltage battery, letting you drive longer distances just using electric power. As their name suggests, the larger battery in Plug-in Hybrids can be plugged-in to charge either from mains electricity sockets, from a special dedicated ‘wallbox’ charger you can install at home for faster charging or from a public charging station (for even quicker charging). Once the special PHEV battery is flat, the vehicle behaves like a conventional Hybrid vehicle with the engine running when needed. On 100% charge, the range of a Plug-in Hybrid running solely on electric power is around 30 miles.

Ford Tourneo Custom

New Tourneo Custom

Available Now

Smart, hybrid technology helps keep emissions at a minimum.

Ford Transit Custom

New Transit Custom

Available Now

Plug-in hybrid electric built to help you work more efficiently than ever.