Ford’s plan for electrification is simple. We use our strengths: the capability, performance and technology our customers love, and transform them through the unique qualities of electric vehicles. Our new all-electric SUV is just the beginning.


With a Ford Wallbox, you can plug in overnight and guarantee yourself a full charge in the morning, just like your phone.

Studies suggest that up to 95% of electric vehicle charging occurs at home or work and it’s likely to be the cheapest option, especially if your employer offers free charging at work. With our all-electric SUV you’ll be able to choose from a range of home and public charging solutions.

  1. If you want a guaranteed full charge every night, a Ford Wallbox is the best option. It’s a little extra cost, but worth it. Wallboxes can add over 20 miles (48km) of range every hour, which gives a full charge overnight, and there are even government incentives of up to £500 towards the total cost of installation
  2. There are charging cables available which can charge faster than your normal electric socket at home. You’ll need an electrician to install the required socket first, which shouldn’t take more than a few hours. Then you can add about 18 miles of range every hour.
  3. You can also use a normal home socket without any rewiring. Charging is much slower, but it can be handy for topping up your electric vehicle when you’re away or visiting friends without any charging facility.


There are now more than 100,000 electric car charge points across Europe. You’ll find them at supermarkets, shopping centres, motorway service stations, and many other locations.

Ford is a partner in the rapidly growing IONITY network, spreading high-power charging stations across Europe, so you can rapid-charge your all-electric Ford SUV and get back on the road – fast.

Our in-car systems, and the FordPass app, will help you find chargers and choose the best time and place for you to charge.

The IONITY partnership is building over 400 charging stations along major European highways by the end of 2020 with a distance of around 120km to each other. Each station will have an average of six charge points each.

Charge speeds are limited by both the charger itself and, for ‘AC’ charging, by the speed of the vehicle’s own onboard charger. The three main public charger types are:

  1. Fast charger (‘AC’, 10-20 kW) can deliver around 20+ miles of range per hour. Great for topping up whilst shopping or during leisure activities.
  2. Rapid charger (‘DC’, 50-100 kW) can deliver around 100+ miles of range per hour. For when you need more range, faster.
  3. High-power Charger (‘DC’, 150 kW or more) can deliver around 200+ miles of range per hour. Get serious range back while you grab a bite to eat.


Compared to a petrol SUV with similar power output, you could be saving £855 or more in the first year, and £145 in following standard rate years.


Zero emission electric vehicles can help you avoid congestion charges and tolls. Check your government and local authority websites to find out more.


In many cities that are passionate about reducing emissions, electric vehicles enjoy free or lower-cost parking and charging.


If you choose an all-electric car, benefit-in-kind taxation will reduce to  0% in 2020, compared to 30% or more for an equivalent non-electric model.


Ford plan to release 15 electrified vehicles by 2022. Our Mustang-inspired, all-electric SUV is coming soon. And trust us, you don’t want to miss any updates.