With the world turning towards electrification, it’s only a matter of time before every manufacturer starts making the change. That means in the future we’ll be seeing a lot more Ford electric cars, despite the fact that the Blue Oval has spent the last century building combustion-powered vehicles. The home-grown automaker has launched some compelling electric vehicles, with more on the way as interest in EVs in the USA continues to grow.
This is the model and price list of the Ford electric vehicles currently on sale in the US:
|Ford F-150 Lightning||426 hp||Electric||$49,995|
|Ford Focus Electric||143 hp||Electric||$29,120|
|Ford Mustang Mach-E||266 hp||Electric||$42,995|
|Ford E-Transit Cargo Van||266 hp||Electric||$45,995|
|Ford Mustang Mach-E Rally||480 hp||Electric||$65,000|
If you’re serious about shopping for an EV, latecomer Ford might not be the first brand that springs to mind. However, taking time to study the competition has given the automaker a different set of strengths and weaknesses to consider.