If you're considering making the switch to an electric vehicle, Ford offers a range of options that combine cutting-edge technology with sustainability. With the growing popularity of EVs, it's important to understand the numerous benefits they offer.
The U.S. federal government offers a tax credit for qualifying EV purchases. This credit can range from $2,500 to $7,500. In addition, many states and local governments offer their own incentives for EV owners.
Electricity is much cheaper than gasoline, and the cost doesn’t fluctuate as much as gasoline does. In the current market, the average cost of charging an electric vehicle is $17 while filling up a tank of gas averages a cost of $50.
The maintenance cost of EVs is lower than traditional gasoline cars, which makes them a cost-effective option for drivers in the long run. For example, no more oil changes!
An electric vehicle produces zero tailpipe emissions, dramatically lowering smog and greenhouse gas emissions. Electric cars mean cleaner air and better health.
Advanced safety features are becoming increasingly common in electric vehicles, and they offer several benefits over traditional cars. These features can include automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and blind spot monitoring.
Ford Motor Company has recently reached an agreement with Tesla Motors that will greatly benefit Ford's electric vehicle customers. The deal entails granting Ford EV customers access to more than 12,000 Tesla Superchargers spread across the United States and Canada. By doubling the number of fast chargers available, this collaboration ensures improved convenience and accessibility for Ford EV owners, starting in the spring of 2024.
Sleek design, seamless technology, and impressive range. Fully electric and available with 2 battery options and 4 trims; Select, GT, Premium, and California Route 1 with 2 battery options.
The best of both worlds. Whether operating in electric mode, gas mode, or a combination of both, the F-150 hybrid features class-exclusive advanced technology that optimizes power and performance.
Easily connect it to a 240V NEMA 14-50 outlet, similar to the one utilized for electric clothes dryers. Alternatively, it’s compatible with the more prevalent 120V outlet, allowing for charging at a slower rate. If you possess a standard setup, this method presents an optimal solution for fully charging an electric vehicle overnight.
Unlocking the full potential of a Ford electric vehicle has never been easier. Once properly installed, it provides fast charging capabilities and empowers you to schedule charge times, potentially allowing for lower utility rates. Also, it allows a Ford F-150 lightning to provide backup power to your home. Your F-150 Lightning automatically begins powering your home when connected.
Allows your EV to charge up 10x faster than a standard wall outlet. You can set departure times and precondition your vehicle, using the FordPass app. Works with all J1772 plugs (EV-industry standard).