FORD TRANSIT CONNECT PLUG-IN HYBRID SPECS
FORD TRANSIT CONNECT PLUG-IN HYBRID SALES
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THE FORD TRANSIT CONNECT PLUG-IN HYBRID IN THE NEWS
Week 38 2018 - Ford reveals the Transit Connect PHEV
Ford revealed the production model of its Transit Custom plug-in hybrid electric van at the IAA Commercial Vehicle show in Hannover, Germany which will enter the market in H2 2019. The Transit Custom PHEV with its 1,000kg load capacity has a battery electric range of 50km from a 14kWh battery pack and an extended range of 500km using its 1.0 liter EcoBoost engine. The charge port located on the left side of the front bumper allows for charging in between five and three hours.
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