Ford E-Transit Custom, second step in the electrification of commercial vehicles

He Ford E-Transit Custom It is the electric version of the Transit Custom, which is currently the best-selling van in Europe. Manufactured at the Ford Otosan plant in Kocaeli, Türkiye, it reaches the market for a price of 56,850 euros without applying any type of discount. The electric offering of Ford Pro, the brand’s commercial vehicle division, is completed in 2025 with a compact van, the E-Transit Courier, which will be added to this and the (larger) E-Transit.

The range includes two lengths (L1 and L2), three finishes (Trend, Limited and Sport) and different silhouettes: Gowith up to 6.8 cubic meters of volume and payloads of up to 1,011 kilograms; Double Cab Van, with a second row of three seats and fixed screen; Kombi, with up to eight seats. Later comes the MultiCabwith a second row of two seats and full cargo space.

The new Ford E-Transit Custom has a battery of 64 kWh useful with which it homologates 337 km of autonomy in the WLTP cycle. This element has been integrated into the cargo floor and the other elements around it to optimize space and weight. It uses a steam injection heat pump as standard to heat and cool the cabin, to gain efficiency and in terms of recharging, it supports loads of up to 11 kW in alternating current and 125 kW in direct current (it goes from 10% to 80 % capacity in about 39 minutes).

The engine is located under the rear floor and two power outputs are available, 136 HP (100 kW) and 218 HP (160 kW), with a maximum torque of 415 Nm and up to 2,300 kg of towing capacity.

The interior with three front seats boasts space and storage spaces. The gear selector has been located on the steering column, saving space on the lower console and the electric parking brake passes under the central screen. There are two generously sized gloveboxes on the dashboard, thanks to mounting the passenger airbag in the roof, and the steering wheel can be placed completely horizontal to use as a work space.

In terms of connectivity technology, as standard it has a 13-inch horizontal screen moved with Ford’s Sync 4 communication and infotainment system. It also offers the system Pro Power Onboard 2.3 kW to power power tools or external lights necessary for some jobs, as well as door opening and side step that helps load the van.

At the design level, you can see some significant changes. Unlike the combustion versions, it has a faired grille with a striking pattern and headlights that update its lighting signature and are joined in the center. At the rear you can also see new LED taillights. In addition, the height of the van is less than two meters to be able to access more parking spaces.

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