ALL-ELECTRIC VEHICLES

100% BATTERY POWERED

Ford Mustang Mach-e is charging

WHAT IS AN ELECTRIC VEHICLE?

An all-electric vehicle, also known as an EV, runs on 100% battery power and charges from an electric charging point. That means zero fuel, zero emissions whilst driving and range up to 293-372plug-in all-electric premium miles.

On the road, you'll experience instant torque, smooth, step-free acceleration, and quiet running. 

And with government incentives, reduced road tax, and lower servicing costs, choosing an electric car could be good for your wallet as well as the environment.

WHY CHOOSE AN EV?

ZERO-EMISSIONS WHILST DRIVING

Drive with peace of mind that your EV isn’t contributing to emissions in the air while driving. 

NO MORE TRIPS TO THE PUMP

Electric vehicles often offer uninterrupted travel from origin point to destination. For all but the longest journeys. 

LOWER RUNNING COSTS

All-electric vehicles have fewer moving parts than an engine. That means less maintenance, lower costs, and a longer lifespan. 

ALL-ELECTRIC MODELS

SMART, FAST, CONVENIENT CHARGING

Charge on the road with our BlueOval™ Charge Network, which provides more than 32,000 charge points across the UK, including high-speed IONITY stations. For easy home charging, we offer smart wallboxes as well as charging cables for use with standard domestic power sockets. 

 

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Woman charges an electric car
Ford Mustang Mach-E driving across a bridge

HOW FAR CAN ELECTRIC CARS GO?

Distances on a full charge. For example, Mustang Mach-E can cover up to 293-372plug-in all-electric premium miles before it needs charging.

 

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HOW DO ELECTRIC CARS WORK?

Our all-electric vehicles are equipped with high-performance lithium-ion battery packs. 

Here’s how electric cars work: charging gives the batteries chemical energy, which is then ‘discharged’ as electric current to power the vehicle’s connected motor. As the vehicle is driven, our regenerative braking system recovers some energy, usually lost through coasting or braking, to extend the vehicle’s electric range.

Inner parts of the car