According to Ford, there are 25 configuration options with payloads ranging from 0.7 to 1.6 tonnes, including different lengths and roof heights. The E-Transit has a 400-volt battery with a gross capacity of 77 kilowatt hours, of which 68 kWh are usable. It is located under the load compartment, so that the load volume of the panel van is just as large as that of the Transit with diesel engine. The chassis on the rear axle has been revised for the E-Transit. On request, the vehicle can also be equipped with an on-board generator that accesses the battery and has a maximum output of 2.3 kW. This system, called "Pro Power Onboard" - it is a novelty in Europe - can be used, for example, for cooling the cargo or on the construction site for operating equipment and tools that would otherwise require a separate power generator.
All E-Transits are integrated into the Ford Liive telematics service, which keeps track of necessary maintenance and repair work. In addition, the electric vans have a DC fast-charging function that allows the battery to be charged from 15 to 80 per cent in just over half an hour. According to the manufacturer's specifications, a charging process at the wallbox takes around 8.2 hours. Ford offers a range of services related to charging and billing. (aum)