Ford Motor Company, long dismissed as a stodgy legacy automaker by electric vehicle fans, has recently begun serious work on electrification. Ford already has three EVs – the Ford F-150 Lightning EV pickup, a crossover SUV version of its world-famous Mustang muscle car, and a commercial van – in production.
Seating 5 people and featuring a hatchback-style cargo area, the Mach-E offers sporty performance, especially in its higher-end trims. The crossover comes in four trims: Select, GT, Premium, and California Route 1.
With 536 cubic feet of cargo volume on four all-electric wheels, the 2022 Ford E-Transit van can drive up to 126 miles on a single charge. The E-Transit is built in three models, the Cutaway, the Chassis Cab, and the Cargo Van.
The Ford F-150 Lightning pickup is perhaps the Blue Oval’s most important EV release to date, rolling its trendy light-duty truck in an electric format.
The F-150 Lightning makes a solid, affordable daily driver and workhorse truck thanks to its decent range and design traits. Its stability and handling are good thanks to a heavy battery pack that gives it a low center of gravity.
– Pro: $39,974, Standard battery only, 230 miles range – XLT: $52,974, Extended battery optional, 230 or 320 miles range – Lariat: $ 67,474, Extended battery options, 230 or 320 miles range