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Targeting All-Electric and Carbon Neutral by 2035

By electrifying the entire range of Ford vehicles, we’re not just imagining what tomorrow will look like. We are already building it.

By 2035, our vehicle sales will be 100% all-electric and the aim is for the entire operation to be carbon neutral across Europe.

Whether it’s Puma with EcoBoost Hybrid, Kuga with three hybrid options, or our all-electric Mustang Mach-E: you have the power to choose the right EV for you.

Get in touch! Our friendly sales team will be pleased to answer any questions you may have on our expanding electric range.

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Home Charging

You can recharge your plug-in or electric van at home by plugging into a regular domestic power socket, or a Ford Wallbox home EV charging point for faster home charging speeds.

The Ford Connected Wallbox offers faster charging times versus charging via a conventional plug socket, getting your all-electric or PHEV vehicle charged overnight. With the help of our expert partner Octopus, we can help you arrange the installation at your home.

Alternatively, you can buy our wallbox directly and arrange installation yourself via a certified electrician. Contact our team today to learn more about purchasing your own Wallbox.

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Which Electric Vehicle Is Right For You?


An all-electric vehicle, also known as an EV, runs on 100% battery power and charges from an electric charging point. That means zero fuel, zero emissions driving and range up to 280 – 379 mile.

On the road, you'll experience instant torque, smooth, step-free acceleration, and quiet running.

And with government incentives, reduced road tax, and lower servicing costs, choosing an electric car could be good for your wallet as well as the environment.

Ford All Electric
Ford Plug-In Hybrid


As with all hybrids, a PHEV combines a conventional engine with a battery-powered electric motor, to increase efficiency and reduce emissions.

PHEVs are capable of short electric-only journeys. For example, the Kuga PHEV has an electric-only range of up to 28 – 39 miles. That means fuel savings and lower emissions compared to other hybrid or conventional engine vehicles.

A Ford PHEV is usually best charged at home using a wallbox, or from a standard plug socket using the cable provided. They can also be charged at some public charge points.


Self-charging hybrids, sometimes called Full Hybrid Electric Vehicles (FHEV), are often known simply as: hybrids. They combine a hybrid battery with a conventional combustion engine to boost power and improve efficiency. The battery charges as you drive using regenerative breaking.

Self-charging hybrid vehicles have less all-electric range than plug-in hybrids, but are still capable of driving short distances on electric-only power at lower speeds. Ideal for shorter trips about town.

Ford Hybrid
Ford Mild Hybrid


A mild hybrid electric vehicle (MHEV) uses a battery-powered electric motor in support of a conventional petrol or diesel engine to improve efficiency and reduce emissions. Mild hybrids use regenerative braking to charge the battery while driving. They don't charge from an external power source and are not capable of electric-only driving.

What affects range?

There are three main factors that can affect the driving range of electric vehicles:

Heavy acceleration and high speeds
· In any type of vehicle, accelerating fast will use more power and reduce range. This applies to Internal Combustion Engines (ICE) and Electric Vehicles (EV).
· Likewise, faster speeds create exponentially more wind and road resistance, impacting on range.

Climate and temperature
· Extreme heat or cold temperatures outside have the potential to affect battery range, directly. All electric vehicles (EV’s) have less energy when in cold temperatures compared to warm temperatures due to battery cell chemistry.
· Heating and cooling the inside of the vehicle for passenger comfort also has an impact.

Regenerative braking
· Regenerative braking can capture and reuse more than 90% of the braking energy improving the efficiency of the battery and extending the battery range.

How to improve range

These tips will help keep you comfortable and relaxed about the range of your Electric Vehicle:
• Pre-condition the vehicle. Set the departure time to warm the cabin and the battery while the vehicle is still plugged in. Use the FordPass App or the Mustang Mach-E’s touchscreen.
• If possible, always keep the Electric Vehicle plugged in whenever it is parked. In cold weather, even trickle charging will help the vehicle to keep the temperature of its battery optimised.
• Avoid using high-power, fast charging (DC) after short driving distances. The battery needs time to heat up, under normal driving conditions, to be able to accept high charge power. Not giving your battery time to condition will impact charging performance
• Ensure tyres are at the correct pressure. Under inflated tyres can affect the rolling road resistance and therefore increase drag, impacting on energy consumption. The wrong pressure will also affect the tyres’ grip on snowy and icy roads. Winter tyres are recommended where necessary.
• Set the climate control to create a comfortable but moderate ambient temperature. It is more efficient to maintain a consistent temperature than it is to keep turning climate control on and off, heating up the cabin before letting it cool down again.
• Rather than use heating and ventilation to warm up the whole cabin, use the heated seats and steering wheel as primary local heat sources for the passengers. These consume far less energy.