Ford has unveiled an electric van called the e-Transit Custom, which was built to replace transit customs in Europe. Located between Transit Connect and Full-Size Transit, Customs should play a key role in helping Blue Oval achieve its electrification goals.
The designers originally left the Silhouette of the Transit Custom alone – not a million ways to draw a van – but they gave the front edge a sharp-looking design marked by a large octagonal grille marked by a pair of angular headlights attached by a light bar. It’s 6 On the back, the transit custom receives a pair of vertical lights and a large “E TRANSIT” symbol. Pictures of the interior have not yet been published.
Similarly, we need to be patient to know what lies beneath the sheet metal. At the time of writing, the only statistic that has been announced is that the maximum driving range of e-transit custom should be checked in at about 236 miles in the European test cycle. Ford added that the van would have “full towing capability”, although it was not clear what it meant and that it would be compatible with DC fast-charging.
Ford will release additional details about e-transit customs in September 2022, and production is expected to begin in Kokley, Turkey, before the end of 2023. As of writing, there is no indication that the battery-powered van will be sold. United States.