There are officially three models in the E-Transit range: the Cutaway, Chassis Cab, and the 350 Cargo Van. All have the same powertrain specs, comprising a single electric motor and 68 kWh battery, with the motor making 266 horsepower and 317 lb-ft of torque. This is linked to a single-speed transmission and rear-wheel drive.
Standard specifications across the range include 16-inch steel wheels, halogen headlights with auto high beams, and rain-sensing wipers. Inside the cabin, you get manually adjustable seats, manual air conditioning, and a 12-inch display with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bluetooth streaming. Safety features comprise forward collision avoidance with automatic emergency braking, hill-start assist, and lane-keep assist.
Though there aren't more advanced trim levels to choose from, available tech includes adaptive cruise control, HID headlights, fog lights, a smart MyKey, Pro Power OnBoard, blind-spot assist, a 360-degree camera, enhanced park assist, and built-in navigation.
While there are multiple model and body configurations, there are only a few packages available to customize your E-Transit. For the Cargo Van, there is the $1,330 Interior Upgrade Package, which upgrades the upholstery to cloth while adding cruise control and short-arm power-adjusting manual-folding mirrors. You can opt for adaptive cruise control at an additional cost. Then there is the Load Area Protection Package ($370), which coats the side walls and rear doors with polypropylene panels. Available to the larger Cargo Van models and the Cutaway is the Parcel Delivery Package. It differs slightly for each but can include full rear compartment lighting, rear bumper delete, a 50/50 hinged rear door, and a B-pillar assist handle.
The Pro Power On Board system is a worthwhile standalone extra and costs $1,265, while adaptive cruise control goes for $555.