The best-selling commercial van brand in the U.S. is about to lead business into the future. Introducing the all-new, U.S.-assembled Ford E-Transit. Ford’s 2022 E-Transit full-size van packs an all-electric powertrain and an estimated 126-mile driving range. The electric cargo van—we expect a passenger version to enter the market in the future—is powered by a 266-hp electric motor that drives the rear wheels. The E-Transit’s 67.0-kWh battery pack can be charged on a DC fast charger to add 30 miles of range in just 10 minutes. Inside, a 12.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system is standard, and a 4G LTE modem provides connectivity options for fleet customers to help optimize their business’s efficiency. The only electric work van that has the backing of the Ford Motor Company.
By leveraging more than 30 million miles of Ford Telematics data, Ford learned that the average daily range for commercial vans in the U.S. is 74 miles. Of course we also understand that there are days when those distances are higher, and recognize the need to adjust for factors such as cold weather. The company consequently designed E-Transit with a targeted 126 miles of range (Cargo Van low-roof models). Ford goal is to be a one-stop shop for commercial vehicle customers. The 2022 E-Transit is designed to offer an impressive driving experience with driver-assist technology that can help keep drivers safe while navigating through crowded roads, help improve their driving habits, and help them drive more efficiently. It will make you and the people who drive for you feel comfortable and in command and help you control your bottom line.
The E-Transit’s battery pack is a 67.0-kWh unit that’s good for up to 126 miles of driving per charge, Ford says. The pack can be recharged using either AC power outlets or via a DC fast charging station.To be built alongside gas-powered Transits in the company’s Kansas City, Missouri, plant, the E-Transit’s running gear will be borrowed from the Mustang Mach-E. A mid-mounted (!) electric motor making 266 horsepower and 317 lb-ft of torque will drive the rear wheels, with power stored in a 67-kWh battery pack. Both the batteries and motor are packaged beneath the cargo floor, preserving precious cargo volume. Like the F-150 Hybrid, the E-Transit will be capable of functioning as a mobile generator. Ford says the E-Transit will have around 125 miles of range, most likely in the more aero-friendly short-roof configuration.
A single electric motor pumps out 266-hp and 317 lb-ft of torque; the E-Transit employs a rear-wheel drive setup; all-wheel drive is not available. Ford hasn’t released any zero-to-60-mph time estimates but we expect the E-Transit to offer perky acceleration, at least when unladen. The company does say that the E-Transit’s suspension system has been revised from the gasoline-powered Transit’s to improve handling. A towing capacity for the E-Transit is unknown for now, but Ford says maximum payload for the cargo van should be close to 3800 pounds. Special cutaway models—also known as chassis-cabs, which are converted by fleets into box trucks, ambulances, and moving vans—could offer payload ratings as high as 4290 pounds.
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