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Ford electric and hybrid vehicles

The future is here – and it’s electrifying. Ford is introducing electric technology to their full range of vehicles, including hybrid and electric cars and vans.

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Get ready for the big switch

At Arnold Clark, our team of electric vehicle specialists is ready to help you find an electrically-powered vehicle that suits your lifestyle or business.

We’ve also partnered with ScottishPower to provide the first end-to-end electric vehicle package, so from purchase to plugging in, you’ll be in safe hands.

Four ways to go electric with Ford

All-electric Plug-in hybrid (PHEV) Hybrid (HEV) Mild hybrid (MHEV)
Motor type Electric only Combustion engine and a large electric motor Combustion engine and electric motor Combustion engine and a small electric motor to assist
Electricity supply Battery is charged by plugging into the power grid Battery is charged by plugging into the power grid Battery is charged by the combustion engine Battery is charged by the combustion engine
Charging required? Yes Yes No No
Vehicles All-electric Mustang Mach-E All-new Kuga, new Transit Custom, new Tourneo Custom All-new Kuga All-new Kuga, new Puma, new Focus mild hybrid, new Fiesta mild hybrid

the all-electric mustang mach-e

Go in a new direction. Discover Ford’s first all-electric SUV car.

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Charge up your drive

Experience zero-emission driving in the new Ford Transit Custom PHEV or the Tourneo Custom PHEV.

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Frequently asked questions

How much does it cost to charge an electric vehicle?

Less than you think! The average domestic electricity rate is about 14p per kWh, so it adds up to around £11.20 to charge an electric car with 80kW engine – much cheaper than a tank of petrol.

How long does it take to charge an electric car?

That all depends on the type of charger you have, which can either be slow, fast or rapid.

Slow is rated at 3-6kW and usually will need to be used overnight to reach full charge. Fast is rated at either 7kW or 22kW, and takes between two to five hours for a full charge. Rapid is rated at 50kW, and takes only 40 minutes for an 80% charge.

What grants are available for electric vehicles?

You can get substantial discounts on brand-new low emission vehicles via a government grant. The maximum grant available for all-electric cars is £3,000 and the amount of the grant will depend on which category the vehicle is in. You can find a list of eligible vehicles here

Representative finance example - Brand New Ford Puma
£329 Monthly payment
£329 Deposit
38 Term (months)
1.77% Fixed interest rate
£22,462 Cash price
£22,133 Credit amount
£10 Arrangement fee
£10 Completion fee
£10,875 Guaranteed future value
£23,725.97 Total amount payable
18,000 Contract mileage
6.0p per mile Excess mileage charge
2.4% APR Representative
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