Ford has unveiled the 2022 E-Transit, the all-electric version of the world’s best-selling cargo van.
Described as the first all-electric cargo van from a full-line automaker in North America, the E-Transit will offer a choice of eight configurations when its arrives in late 2021. Those will include three roof heights, three lengths, as well as chassis cab and cutaway models.
All will feature an all-electric powertrain consisting of a 67 kWh battery powering one motor projected to make 198 kW (266 HP / 269 PS) of power and 317 lb-ft (429 Nm) of torque. The E-Transit will deliver an estimated range of 126 miles (202 km) in low-roof cargo van guise.
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It’s worth noting that the E-Transit offers the same interior cargo dimensions and standard mounting points for continued integration with hundreds of upfitters and vehicle modifiers worldwide. As a result, all the racks, bins and accessories for the gas-powered Transit are compatible with the E-Transit.