The number of chargers available to electric vehicle drivers on the company’s BlueOval network has increased again following the addition of GeniePoint.
Ford’s new partnership with EQUANS, who own and operate GeniePoint, takes the Ford network to over 16,000 UK charge points, and more than 300,000 across Europe.
The continued expansion of the BlueOval charging network, accessible via the Ford Pass app, heralds this year’s arrival of the performance version of the all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E and acclaimed E-Transit van
The Mach-E GT boasts more torque than any other production Ford road vehicle in Europe, sprinting from 0-62mph in 3.7Target Ford test data seconds, proving the no-compromise experience of Ford electric vehicles.
The award-winning E-Transit, Ford’s first fully-electrified van with a range of up to 196milesBased on full charge, sets a new benchmark for EV productivity, value and ownership with a forecast 40 per cent reduction in service costs^ and Ford Pro back-up on charging, service, telematics and fleet intelligence.
Other BlueOval charge network users include owners of the regular all-electric Mustang Mach-E introduced last year, plus Ford Kuga car and Transit/Tourneo Custom van plug-in hybrids.
GeniePoint, the third largest rapid charging network in the UK, has more than 500 rapid charge points, which can now be located, monitored and paid for within the Ford Pass app. Last year pulse, the biggest public charging network in the UK, was also integrated.