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Electrifying future for Ford

Teaser of Ford’s all-new Mustang-inspired fully-electric performance SUV

Ford expects the majority of its passenger vehicle sales to be electrified by the end of 2022, as the company gets set to launch a line-up of eco-friendly new cars.

A Ford Mustang-inspired, all-electric SUV (teased above) is among the vehicles, along with the all-new Kuga Plug-In Hybrid, EcoBlue Hybrid and Kuga Hybrid, all-new Puma EcoBoost Hybrid (see below) and a Mondeo Hybrid, plus am all-electric Transit van.

New Ford Puma teaser picture

A recent Ford-commissioned global survey revealed that most people aspire to own an electrified vehicle one day, with almost half (45%) claiming not stopping for fuel is a key benefit of owning one.

However, 40% of people claim to have little or no knowledge of electric vehicles, which means they’re unlikely to make the switch from pump to plug any time soon.

With this in mind, a feature on Ford’s new ‘All-Electric‘ website allows users to input their daily driving routines and see how far they could travel between charges, based on the new “Mustang” SUV’s claimed 370-mile range.

The research also revealed nearly nine in 10 (84%) of hybrid and electric vehicle owners or intenders agree that electric vehicles are fun to drive.

Three in four people aspire to own an electric vehicle one day, including 92% of Chinese people, 73% of Europeans and 53% of Americans.

Lack of charging stations (49%), short battery life (43%) and a need to charge frequently (38%) are the main concerns about owning an electric vehicle.


About Gareth Herincx

Gareth is a versatile journalist, copywriter and digital editor who's worked across the media in newspapers, magazines, TV, teletext, radio and online. After long stints at the BBC, GMTV and ITV, he now specialises in motoring.

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