Ford E-Transit Custom is a new electric commercial truck for Europe

  • The Ford E-Transit Custom is an electric version of the popular Transit Custom commercial truck.
  • The E-Transit Custom will go into production sometime next year, but it likely won’t go on sale in America.
  • It has an estimated range of 263 miles, but Ford hasn’t disclosed battery capacity or charging times.

    Europeans will soon have an electric version of the popular Ford Transit Custom commercial truck. Ford predictably crafted the E-Transit Custom, releasing limited details and several photos of the upcoming electric vehicle, which, like its gas-powered counterpart, isn’t expected to sell in America.

    The images show the E-Transit Custom painted an attractive blue color and wearing a distinctive grille framed by a striking light signature. Her face is more assertive than the design her fellow internal combustion wears. The electrified version also has stripes engraved around the wheel arches and across their sides. There is a charging port under the headlight on the passenger side, but Ford hasn’t revealed the truck’s battery capacity or powertrain specifications.

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    Ford Pro, which is responsible for the company’s commercial vehicles, has announced that the E-Transit Custom is expected to have a driving range of about 263 miles on a single charge—we assume this complies with the WLTP standard. It will also have DC fast charging capability – because obviously – but the maximum charge rates and estimated charge times are currently unknown. We’re told more information will be released this fall, and Ford says the E-Transit Custom will begin production in the second half of 2023 at its Otosan plant in Turkey.

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    As with the full-size Ford E-Transit sold in the United States, the smaller Custom model will have the Pro Power Onboard, a built-in AC power source useful on job sites or wherever electricity is needed. Whatever E-Transit Custom used, we were bummed that it probably wouldn’t come to our shores, especially if the rest of its paint options were as rad as the ’90s vibes emanating from the ones in these photos.

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