The Ford Pro was launched in Europe, closely associated with the E-Transit electric van. The worldwide service program is tasked with overseeing Ford's many van customers. With Ford Pro, van customers get help with everything from service, software, and financing, while also the transition to electric vans becomes even more accessible. 

Ford Pro and Ford E-Transit are inseparably linked, and the combination of the two offers customers a world-class service. As a result, electric van customers get an even better overview of their fleet, while Ford Pro also helps ensure productivity, increasing each van's uptime and reducing costs.

The Ford E-Transit electric van will soon be on European roads. These days, the first vans roll off the assembly line at the factory in Turkey. The great demand has caused the Turkish factory to increase production so that all capacity is now used to meet the great demand from the expectant customers.

With excellent battery size, range, and engine performance, the popular van has been created to improve and ease the productivity of van customers and users. The Ford E-Transit electric van is offered in 25 different variants and with a payload of up to 1,758 kg for the van variant. It has a torque of 430 Nm and will be provided with 184 and 269 hp engine outputs. The 68 kWh battery provides a range of up to 317 kilometers. Also, the battery can be charged from 15 to 80 percent in 34 minutes on a DC fast charger with up to 115 kW. Furthermore, the electric driveline, uncompromised capacity, and interface with Ford Pro will streamline customers' business and boost their productivity as they convert to completely electric fleets.

The Ford E-Transit electric van is offered with improved standard equipment, advanced driver assistance systems, and a wide range of Ford Pro solutions, including charging support with Ford Pro Charging. The Ford Pro Charging service helps customers transition to electric vehicles by offering a fully integrated fleet system to identify the most efficient charging strategies. In this relationship, specialist consultants will advise the customers and ensure they get the charging solution that suits their electric fleet precisely.

With Ford E-Transit, each customer receives advanced technologies that make electrifying his fleet of vans easier and even more advantageous. The electric van is designed to meet the needs of a wide range of customers and is offered in a wide range of lengths and types. In addition, all E-Transit vans come with Trend equipment level, which will be distinguished by significantly more equipment than similar diesel versions of Transit. For example, E-Transit is offered with an electronic A / C, SYNC 4 infotainment system with a 12-inch touch screen, keyless start, heated seats, heated windshield, and heated electric side mirrors.

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Even before the first Ford E-Transit came off the manufacturing line, Euro NCAP certified the van's advanced driver aid features as gold. The van has undergone rigorous testing in this regard, including automated emergency braking in the case of a collision with other automobiles, bikes, or pedestrians, as well as lane technology, sign recognition and passenger monitoring. The 2022 Ford E-Transit has advanced driver assistance systems as standard and will be equipped with Pre-Collision Assist, an automatic emergency braking system with pedestrian recognition, and Lane-Keeping System.


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