APRIL 6, 2023

As a growing number of cities in Europe limit access for diesel vehicles and more of us begin to consider the footprint of our spending, businesses are increasingly turning to electric vans to help limit their environmental impact. In fact, our recent report with Reuters found over half of respondents will buy an electric van in the next two years.

All-New, All-Electric E-Transit CourierE-Transit Courier reveal driving range is the most recent addition to Ford Pro’s all-electric Transit family. Alongside the larger E-Transit and E-Transit Custom, this new van is our latest part in Ford’s $50+ billion global push to lead the EV revolution.

E-Transit Courier exterior

A no-compromise electric powertrain features a 100 kW (136 PS) electric motor for smooth and responsive zero tailpipe emission driving. We expect many buyers to recharge overnight at home, so a 10-100 per cent charge takes less than a good night’s sleep – 5.7 hours.E-Transit Courier reveal charge

If businesses need a quick top-up on the job, they can add up to 54 miles of range in just 10 minutes using a fast charger 2 – ideal while contacting the next customer or grabbing a coffee.

E-Transit Courier charging

Managing All-New, All-Electric E-Transit Courier’s charging and security is easier than ever. Our new van is fully connected to our Ford Pro charging and software services, so owners can see charge reports, check remaining range, receive maintenance alerts and remotely secure the van. New alarm systems and optional extra locks help to protect the van and its valuable contents for more peace of mind.

A clean-sheet new design delivers 26 per cent more cargo space and over 100 kg more payload than the outgoing Transit Courier.E-Transit Courier reveal max payload The load area is now wider, which improves access and means the van can take two standard-sized cargo pallets instead of just one.

A clever load flap and folding passenger seat enable All-New, All-Electric E-Transit Courier to carry ladders, pipes and other items over 2,600 mm long.


E-Transit Courier interior detail

There’s more smart thinking in the cabin. We know that drivers of compact vans often carry a laptop, paperwork, chargers, drinks and snacks, so All-New, All-Electric E-Transit Courier’s interior features plenty of configurable storage space. A 12-inch screen and connectivity from our clever SYNC 4 infotainment systemE-Transit Courier reveal devices make seeing key information, controlling vehicle features and plotting routes or avoiding traffic simpler.Navigation Services

E-Transit Courier wheel

Ford designers also removed physical buttons and added a foldaway work surface to free up space and make the cab a comfy and productive workplace.

The All-New van is scheduled to enter production later in 2024 at Ford Otosan’s facility in Craiova, Romania.