The Jim Ellis Ford Guide to Electric Vehicles

Though electric vehicles (EVs) have been attempted in the U.S. for almost two centuries, they have never gained a firm foothold - but that's changing, and fast. Spurred by fuel economy regulations and a goal of zero emissions, encouraged by financial incentives, and empowered by technological advances, OEMs are betting billions on EVs, which they're building in a wide array of models in all vehicle classes. Nearly 60 battery electric vehicles (BEV) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) models are available in the U.S. right now, with dozens more in the pipeline or on the drawing board. Some OEMs aim to phase out production of internal combustion engine (ICE) - powered vehicles entirely, while some states say they'll ban the sale of ICE vehicles in the next decade.

 

2021 F-150 HYBRID

EPA-EST. MPGe - 25 Combined City / Hwy

The PowerBoost™ full hybrid powertrain has the most torque of any engine in the 2021 F-150 lineup, delivering 430 horsepower and 570 lb.-ft. of torque. The PowerBoost™ system adds instant electric torque to Ford's 3.5-liter EcoBoost® V6 and the 4x2 models have an EPA-estimated range of 750 miles on a single tank of gas,* delivering a maximum available 12,700 pounds towing. ** Available on SuperCrew® XL, XLT, LARIAT, King Ranch® , Platinum and Limited.

*Range calculation based on 30.6-gallon tank and EPA-estimated rating of 25 mpg combined. Actual range will vary.**Max towing on F-150 PowerBoost 4x2 with Max Trailer Tow Pkg. Max towing varies based on cargo, vehicle configuration, accessories and number of passengers.

THE ALL-ELECTRIC 2022 FORD F-150 LIGHTNING

EPA Estimated Range - 230 Miles / 300 Miles with Extended Range Battery

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.

2022 MAVERICK

EPA-Est. MPGe - 40 City
EPA Estimated Range - 500 Miles

This is a pickup for pioneers. The first ever standard full hybrid truck in America starts at just $19,995 MSRP1  - so you can get more bang for your budget.

You need a vehicle that matches your energy. That's why the 2022 Ford Maverick is the first pickup ever to offer a standard 2.5L full hybrid engine. Depending on what fits your lifestyle, you may want to opt for the 2.0L EcoBoost® engine and All-Wheel Drive.

The innovator, the trendsetter, the Maverick truck. With a do-it-yourself customizable FLEXBED™ , roomy interior and the latest technology, it's the first-ever standard full hybrid pickup in America.

2021 MUSTANG MACH-E

EPA Estimated Range - 305 Miles

From its comfortably outfitted interior, seamless technology and impressive range, the all-electric Mustang Mach-E was made to extend your adventures. Shown here, the California RT 1 model has a targeted EPA-estimated range of 300 miles.* But Mustang Mach-E isn't all long drives and good vibes, it also offers pure torque-drenched exhilaration and luxurious design cues throughout the four-model lineup.

*Based on full charge. Targeted range applies when vehicle is equipped with the Extended-Range Battery and rear-wheel drive. Actual range varies with conditions such as external elements, driving behaviors, vehicle maintenance, lithium-ion battery age and state of health. Final EPA-estimated ratings available in the 2020 calendar year.

2021 ESCAPE HYBRID

Starting at $28,030

EPA-EST. MPGe - 44 City / 37 Hwy

The Ford Escape Hybrid has an available EPA-estimated range of 582 miles.* Standard on all Hybrid** models, the 2.5L I-4 Atkinson-cycle powertrain features an electronically controlled continuously variable transmission (eCVT) and an 88 kW electric motor. Also, the all-new 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 with this powertrain: SE Hybrid, SEL Hybrid and Titanium Hybrid.

*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.**See an EV certified authorized Ford dealer for details.

2021 ESCAPE PLUG-IN HYBRID

Starting at $33,075

EPA-Est. MPGe - 105 Combined City / Hwy

The 2021 Escape Plug-In Hybrid* has a Level 1/Level 2 AC charging port. Using a 110-volt Level 1 charger, the estimated time to fully charge the battery is 10 to 11 hours. Using a 240- volt Level 2 charger, charge time drops to roughly 3.5 hours. What's more, the new design of the 2021 Escape 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.

*See an EV certified authorized Ford dealer for details

2022 EXPLORER HYBRID

EPA-Est. MPGe - 27 City / 29 Hwy

The Ford Explorer Limited Hybrid and Platinum Hybrid are the only hybrid models in their class that can tow a maximum of 5,000 pounds, and they're also fully off-road capable. The rear-wheel-drive model with the available 3.3L Hybrid engine also means you'll spend less time refueling and more time on the open road.

The first thing you'll notice about the 2022 Explorer SUV is its dynamic design, including adaptive LED headlamps and unique muscular-looking grille. The interior is also crafted with an array of defining attributes. Available Tri-Diamond perforated leather seating surfaces, ambient lighting, a precision-engineered center console and rotary gear shift dial set you up for comfort.

2022 E-TRANSIT

EPA Targeted Range - 126 Miles

America's best-selling van* is charging forward with the 2022 Ford E-Transit.** Available in chassis cab, cutaway and cargo van models, it comes in 3 lengths and roof heights on cargo van. E-Transit offers uncompromised cargo space and access to the largest public charging network in North America.†

*Based on total U.S. reported sales (2019CY)**Available late 2021†Based on original equipment manufacturers/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. Pre-production computer-generated image shown

Electrifying a New Generation

Join the revolution of all-electric iconic vehicles designed with the passion and exhilaration you've come to expect from the visionaries and engineers at Ford. Discover more on how Ford is creating an electrifying union of clean, cutting-edge technology and exciting modern design.

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.

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. For additional information, go to https://www.afdc.energy.gov/laws/409

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

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

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.

$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.

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