The plans related to Ford electric lineup have been revealed today. The company launches seven new all-electric vehicles by 2024 in Europe – three passenger cars and four commercial vehicles.
On March 14, 2022, Ford has announced its plans towards a ‘green’ future: by 2024, the American automaker will offer a new generation of seven all-electric, fully-connected passenger vehicles and vans in the European car market. They will be built in Ford’s Cologne and Craiova facilities in Germany and Romania.
As for the new passenger vehicles, they are a still-unnamed five-seat mid-size crossover, capable of a 500-km (311 mi) driving range, that goes into production next year, a sports crossover, and an all-electric version of the Ford Puma. The latter will begin rolling off the assembly line in 2024.
The new commercial e-vehicle lineup will include the Transit Custom one-ton van and the Tourneo Custom multi-purpose vehicle in 2023, while a smaller new-gen Transit Courier van and the Tourneo Courier MPV arrive in 2024.
In general, the Ford Motor Company plans to sell more than 600,000 electric vehicles in Europe by 2026.