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Ford adding U.S.-made, all-electric Transit to EV lineup
A new, all-electric Ford Transit will join the automaker's lineup for the 2022 model year. It will be the third electric vehicle (EV) Ford will offer joining the already-revealed 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E and forthcoming electric-powered Ford F-150.
"Commercial vehicles are a critical component to our big bet on electrification," said Jim Farley, Chief Operating Officer, Ford Motor Company. "As leaders in this space, we are accelerating our plans to create solutions that help businesses run better, starting with our all-electric Transit and F-150. This Ford Transit isn't just about creating an electric drivetrain, it's about designing and developing a digital product that propels fleets forward."
The Transit is the world's best-selling cargo van and America's best-selling commercial van brand for 41 years. Ford's truck and van fleet sales have grown 33 percent since 2015.
The all-electric Transit will be made in America. It is part of Ford's $11.5 billions investment in the electrification of vehicles through 2022.
Range estimates, pricing, and trim level information will be available closer to the vehicle's launch date.
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