2022 E-Transit – America’s #1 Commercial Van Brand Goes Electric

April 5th, 2021 by

Available in late 2021, the new 2022 E-Transit van will offer and all-electric version of America’s best-selling full-size commercial van brand, engineered to offer a targets EPA-estimated range of 126 miles on a single charge.

In addition to quiet operation of its electric powertrain, E-Transit will serve up six Cargo Van configurations, one Cutaway and one Chassis cab. All will feature proven Built Ford Tough capability and no compromises in available cargo-carrying capacity.

Carry On

Transit continues to be a market leader because it offers outstanding productivity and utility. E-Transit will meet those same expectations.

The 67-kWh lithium-ion battery is integrated within the E-Transit frame to maximize dimensions, cargo space and payload rating.

 

E-Transit will also provide the same ability to upfit cargo van interiors with racks and bins that take capability even further.

Technology

E-Transit owners will also have smart technology at their fingertips with the most advanced Ford systems, including:

  • 12-inch color LCD touchscreen
  • Standard SYNC4 communication and entertainment technology
  • FordPass Connect
  • Over-the-Air Updates
  • Ford Telematics
  • Ford Co-pilot360 Technology

The Next Chapter

The journey into the next frontier for Ford commercial vans will be powered by an electric propulsion system and produce zero emissions!

EV Benefits

E-Transit is a smart workhorse designed with multiple EV benefits, including:

  • A whisper=quiet powertrain allowing E-Transit to work anywhere, anytime
  • Pro Power Onboard that generates 2.4 kW of mobile power
    • Provides power at the worksite, for things like power tools, as well as when driving, to charge electric-powered equipment
  • Scheduled maintenance costs for the All-Electric Transit are estimated to me 40% less than the average scheduled maintenance costs for a gas-powered 2020 Transit over 8 years/100,000 miles (whichever comes first)
  • Zero gas station stops or oil changes
  • Potential BEV federal tax credit

Charging

E-Transit will feature a standard Ford Mobile Charger (12-volt/240-volt). Most businesses will charge E-Transit where their vehicles are parked overnight. Customers have three options:

  • Establish a charging station at their place of business, commonly referred to as “depot charging”
  • Charge at home
  • Charge on the road

Ford Connected Charge Station wall unit with 240-volt/48-amp capacity will be available. Businesses may also choose to install a dedicated 240-volt outlet and use the standard Ford Mobile Charger.

E-Transit drivers can also utilize Connected Built-On Navigation to access the FordPass Charging Network, the largest network of public charging stations in the country, with more than 13,500 charging stations offering approximately 40,000 plugs.