What sets Ford Hybrids and Electric Vehicles (EVs) apart
Ford is looking towards the future, finding new ways to implement new automotive green technologies that minimize environmental impact. Right now, the three major types of electric vehicles (or EVs) are hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and all-electric vehicles.
Any type of EV is less harmful to the environment than a traditional, gas powered vehicle. An all-electric vehicle like the Focus Electric produces no tailpipe emissions, while hybrids like the C-Max Hybrid rely on gas but also use electrical energy to decrease environmental impact.
|All-electric vehicles are ideal for predictable daily trips. They have zero CO2 emissions, but also require time to charge
|Apart from regenerative braking, regular hybrids require gas for the engine to charge the battery
|There’s no need to ever plug in a plug-in hybrid if you don’t want, it will operate as a normal hybrid
How Far Would You Like to Go?
PLUG-IN HYBRIDPart gas, part electric motor with plug-in capability. You have the option to drive it like an electric vehicle for short trips and a hybrid for long ones.
- Fewer gas station stops if you plug in *
- Lower fuel cost *
- Freedom of choice—gas or electric
- Both city and highway driving, especially for short commutes and frequent city driving **
ELECTRICEnjoy a fully electric, future-minded experience behind the wheel. If you’re longing to go gas-free, all-electric technology might be right for you.
- Impressive torque
- Zero tailpipe emissions
- No more oil changes
A great fit for:
- All types of driving, especially when you have predictable patterns
HYBRIDGas engine + battery-driver electric motor. Seamlessly switches between gas, electric or a combination of both.
- Fewer gas station stops than with gas engines *
- Lower fuel cost *
- Can run on just electricity or a combination of both electricity and gas
A great fit for:
- Both city and highway driving, especially when you do a lot of city driving
MODEL HIGHLIGHT 2024 Ford F-150 Lightning
Power Your GadgetsOffers 11 convenient power outlets to fuel your tools and accessories.
563 Horses Born to RunThe extended-range battery puts out a targeted 563 horsepower. That’s enough punch to make even a trip to the grocery store a thrill.
Charge at home in 10 hours or lessCharge from 15% to 100% within 10 hours with the Ford Charge Station Pro.
EPA-Estimated 300-Mile RangeThe Ford F-150 Lightning comes with a standard-range battery that offers a targeted EPA-estimated range of 230 miles. The available extended-range battery offers a targeted EPA-estimated range of 320 miles.
OUR HYBRIDS AND EVS
2023 Ford F-150 3.5L V6 PowerBoostEngine Type: Hybrid MSRP from $57,480
Whether operating in electric mode, gas mode or a combination of both, the F-150 hybrid features advanced technology that optimizes power and performance. And like every F-150, it’s Built Ford Tough,® with its available 3.5L PowerBoost.
2023 Ford E-TransitEngine Type: Electric
MSRP from $53,790
The 2023 Ford E-Transit Cargo Van is ready to work. This vehicle is powerful with a fully electric powertrain with a 68kWh battery. It comes in three vehicle lengths and three different roof heights to get the job done.
2023 Ford Escape ST-Line EliteEngine Type: Hybrid
MSRP from $37,960
Shuttle up to five passengers in the 2023 Ford Escape ST-Line Elite Hybrid. Boasting an EPA-estimated 44 MPG city and 37 MPG highway, the Escape marries the utility of an SUV with the convenience of a sedan.
2023 Ford Escape Plug-In Hybrid
Engine Type: Plug-in Hybrid
MSRP from $38,500
The 2023 Ford Escape Plug-in Hybrid features a larger battery pack allowing for electric-only driving. Boasting an EPA-estimated 44 MPG city and 37 MPG highway, the Escape marries the utility of an SUV with the convenience of a sedan.
2023 Ford Explorer LimitedEngine Type: Hybrid
MSRP from $47,070
The available 3.3L Hybrid Engine allows the Explorer Limited to tow up to 5,000 pounds, and it’s also fully off-road capable.
2023 Ford F-150 LightningEngine Type: Electric
MSRP from $55,974
The Lightning offers the rugged power customary to all Ford trucks, along with next-generation battery technology. You can use the Lightning to get to the job site, power your tools throughout the day, and make it home.
2023 Ford Mustang Mach-EEngine Type: Electric
MSRP from $46,985
Goodbye gas. Hello freedom. The Ford Mustang Mach-E gives you 0–60 thrills, expansive range and zero tailpipe emissions.
2023 Ford MaverickEngine Type: Hybrid
MSRP from $22,195
Flexible, fun, capable – this pickup is breaking all the stereotypes. With endless customization opportunities, a roomy interior and the technology you need, the Ford Maverick is made for people who never knew they needed a truck.