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Ford has launched their registration site for the E-Transit! They also revealed that order banks will be opening in July!

If you're planning on ordering an E-Transit you can sign up at:

The E-Transit is expected to cost between $43,295 – up to $52,690.

Press Release:

  • Interest is growing in the all-new, all-electric Ford E-Transit, with more than 450 commercial customers spanning 45 vocations already raising their hands to share purchase intentions
  • E-Transit registration site opens today for commercial customers, with new pricing for all configurations at a targeted starting MSRP of $43,295 – up to $52,690; visit Fleet.Ford.com for full pricing and range options across eight versatile configurations
  • Early-production E-Transit vans to be tested in challenging real-world conditions by select fleet customers in telecommunications, delivery, utility services and more this summer; order banks will be open by July
DEARBORN, Mich., May 4, 2021 – With customer interest growing in the all-new E-Transit, Ford today opens its website for hand-raisers to register their interest in learning more about the company’s first-ever full-size all-electric van ahead of order banks opening by July.

Along with the registration site, E-Transit has updated pricing, with a targeted starting MSRP of $43,295 for the cutaway – lower than originally announced – to $52,690 for the high-roof extended-wheelbase cargo van.

To date, more than 450 commercial customers in North America, including 200 top fleets and fleet management companies, have said they’re interested in purchasing the all-new E-Transit.

E-Transit is an electrified version of Ford Transit, America’s best-selling commercial van1. It will be built alongside the Transit at Ford’s Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo, Missouri. With the zero-emission E-Transit, Ford is helping businesses achieve their sustainability goals and lower costs of ownership, while providing a familiar vehicle layout, driver experience, connectivity and dealer support.

Demand for all-electric vans is growing. Ford data shows that in the U.S., 70 percent of the full-size bus and van business is going all-electric by 2030 – that represents more than 300,000 vehicles annually. As America’s best-selling commercial van brand for 42 years2, Ford intends to maintain this strong share of market into a new era of electrification.

Versatility makes E-Transit a likely choice for commercial customers, as the vehicle offers eight configurations, including cargo van with three roof heights and three lengths, plus chassis cab and cutaway models, lending itself to a wide array of applications. Preliminary conversations with commercial customers indicate a healthy mix for demand across all eight configurations, with roughly 40 percent leaning toward high-roof vans and 60 percent pointing to medium-roof, low-roof, cutaway and chassis cab versions.

“We’ve had so much interest early on, we wanted to open this registration site to serve customers with a build mix for their needs across all van body styles,” says Ted Cannis, general manager, North American commercial business. “Some customers want high-roof vans to maximize internal cargo space, while others need to install bodies on cutaways and chassis cabs. Customers will have an all-electric solution – from box truck delivery to parking structure-friendly utility service vans and everything in between.”

Internal data shows early order indicators favor the delivery segment – ranging from wholesale goods to packages, groceries to replacement parts – with many other vocations in the hand-raisers group looking to take advantage of E-Transit versatility. These include equipment rental; local, state and federal government agencies; utility services; and telecommunications. Customers have shared plans to use E-Transit for recreational vehicles, school buses, automotive service, carpet cleaning, service vans and other commercial applications. More unusual applications offered include armored transport, blood donation units and prisoner transport.

Customers can sign up at the new E-Transit registration site on Fleet.Ford.com to review the targeted starting MSRP and targeted driving range for all configurations for E-Transit cargo van3. Customers can also indicate their desired versions and receive the latest news on E-Transit, including notification when order banks open. No deposit or purchase commitment is required.

“Customers should be thrilled to see that the starting price is well under what we announced at the E-Transit reveal in November,” says Cannis. “We want to make these products accessible and turnkey because, as the trusted leader we are today, we know customers need electric products that fit their business – not the other way around. And E-Transit can further help save on operating costs compared to gas-only vans.”

A smart workhorse for U.S. cities, the zero-emission E-Transit was designed with insight from 30 million miles of customer telematics data showing that the average commercial van drives 74 miles per day. With a usable battery capacity of 67 kilowatt-hours4, the low-roof E-Transit cargo van has a targeted driving range of 126 miles3.

Available Pro Power Onboard turns E-Transit into a mobile generator with up to 2.4 kilowatts of available power to help customers use and recharge job site tools ranging from belt sanders to miter saws. When paired with an activated standard embedded modem, standard SYNC® 4 brings connected solutions that unlock software subscriptions to help fleets manage charging transactions, telematics services and more.

E-Transit offers the same cargo dimensions and standard mounting points as the gas-powered van so fleets can continue to use the same upfits, racks, bins and accessories they have now, while taking advantage of the improvements in uptime and productivity provided by the fully electric powertrain, new software solutions and Pro Power Onboard options.

Potential savings are expected from day one, as scheduled maintenance costs over eight years/100,000 miles are projected to be 40 percent less than for the gas-powered Transit based on recommended service schedules published in 2019 and 2020 owner’s manuals. E-Transit is backed by 645 Ford Commercial Vehicle Center dealers across the U.S. – about 90 percent of which are electric vehicle-certified – for easy sales and service.

Expect to see early production E-Transit vans on job sites and in communities across North America this summer as Ford rolls out a pilot program in which key customers test the electric van across a variety of vocational use cases. More information about the pilot will be available at a later date.

E-Transit, the first all-electric cargo van from a full-line automaker in North America, is part of Ford’s more than $22 billion investment in electrification through 2025. The all-new, all-electric Mustang Mach-E is on sale now, E-Transit is available later this year, and the all-electric F-150 hits dealerships in 2022.

Customers can register for E-Transit by visiting fleet.ford.com.
 

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If you're in Canada and want to register for E-Transit Ordering info you can sign up with this link. Order banks open in July as well and it will have a starting price of $57,925 CDN.


Press Release:
  • Interest is growing in the all-new, all-electric Ford E-Transit, with more than 450 commercial customers spanning 45 vocations already raising their hands to share purchase intentions
  • E-Transit registration site opens today for commercial customers with more details available on Fleet.Ford.ca
  • Order banks opening by July 2021
DEARBORN, Mich., May 4, 2021 – With customer interest growing in the all-new, all-electric E-Transit, Ford today opens its website for hand-raisers to register their interest in learning more about the company’s first-ever full-size electric van ahead of order banks opening in July.

Along with the registration site, E-Transit has updated pricing, with a targeted starting MSRP of $C 57,925 for the base cutaway model.

To date, more than 450 commercial customers in North America, including 200 top fleets and fleet management companies, have said they’re interested in purchasing the all-new E-Transit.

E-Transit is an electrified version of Ford Transit, North America’s best-selling commercial van1. It will be built alongside the Transit at Ford’s Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo, Missouri. With the zero-emission E-Transit, Ford is helping businesses achieve their sustainability goals and lower costs of ownership, while providing a familiar vehicle layout, driver experience, connectivity and dealer support.

Demand for all-electric vans is growing and with the best-selling van in U.S. and Canada1, Ford intends to maintain this strong share of market into a new era of electrification.

Versatility makes E-Transit a likely choice for commercial customers, as the vehicle offers eight configurations, including cargo van with three roof heights and three lengths, plus chassis cab and cutaway models, lending itself to a wide array of applications. Preliminary conversations with commercial customers indicate a healthy mix for demand across all eight configurations, with roughly 40 per cent leaning toward high-roof vans, while the remaining 60 per cent point to medium-roof, low-roof, cutaway and chassis cab versions.

“We’ve had so much interest early on, we wanted to open this registration site to serve customers with a build mix for their needs across all van body styles,” says Ted Cannis, general manager, North American commercial business. “Some customers want high-roof vans to maximize internal cargo space, while others need to install bodies on cutaways and chassis cabs. Customers will have an all-electric solution from box truck delivery to parking structure-friendly utility service vans and everything in between.”

Internal data shows early order indicators favour the delivery segment – ranging from wholesale goods to packages, groceries to replacement parts – with many other vocations in the hand-raisers group taking advantage of E-Transit versatility. These include equipment rental; local, and federal government agencies; utility services; and telecommunications. Customers have shared plans to use E-Transit for recreational vehicles, school buses, automotive service, carpet cleaning, service vans and other commercial applications. More unusual applications offered include armored transport, blood donation units and prisoner transport.

Customers can sign up at the new E-Transit registration site on Fleet.Ford.ca to review the targeted starting MSRP of $C 57,9252 for Base Cutaway Model. Customers can also indicate their desired versions and receive the latest news on E-Transit, including notification when order banks open. No deposit or purchase commitment is required.

A smart workhorse for U.S. and Canadian cities, the zero-emissions E-Transit was designed with insight from 48 million kilometres of customer telematics data to deliver the right amount of range based on fleet needs – at a price that makes it easy to switch to electric all while helping business reach their sustainability goals. With a usable battery capacity of 67 kilowatt-hours3, the low-roof E-Transit cargo van will deliver an estimated range of 202 kilometres4.

Available Pro Power Onboard turns E-Transit into a mobile generator with up to 2.4 kilowatts of available power to help customers use and recharge job site tools ranging from belt sanders to miter saws. New to E-Transit is standard SYNC® 4; when paired with an activated standard embedded modem, these connected solutions unlock software subscriptions that help fleets manage charging transactions, telematics services and more.

E-Transit offers the same cargo dimensions and standard mounting points as the gas-powered van so fleets can continue to use the same upfits, racks, bins and accessories they have now, while taking advantage of the improvements in uptime and productivity provided by the fully electric powertrain, new software solutions and Pro Power Onboard options.

Potential savings are expected from day one, as scheduled maintenance costs over eight years/160,000 kilometres5 are projected to be 40 per cent less than for the gas-powered Transit based on recommended service schedules published in 2019 and 2020 owner’s manuals. E-Transit is backed by over 700 Ford Commercial Vehicle Centre dealers across the North America. – about 90 per cent of which are electric vehicle-certified – for easy sales and service.

E-Transit, the first all-electric van from a full-line automaker in North America, is part of Ford’s more than $22 billion USD investment in electrification through 2025. The all-new, all-electric Mustang Mach-E is on sale now, E-Transit is available later this year, and the all-electric F-150 hits dealerships in 2022.
 
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