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Introduced at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed, Ford Pro Electric Supervan is a (super) van capable to carry out sub two-second 0-100 km/h acceleration. The innovative commercial vehicle prototype is equipped with four electric motors, a 50 kWh liquid-cooled battery and a bespoke control system produce approximately 2,000 PS.

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Ford Pro Electric Supervan: what a demonstrator!

The van’s chassis includes components from the recently unveiled Ford E-Transit custom. Additionally, the enhanced connectivity keeps the driver informed and enables real-time data transmission for
remote vehicle management and optimised performance, just like the integrated services that can
accelerate the productivity of over 125,000 Ford Pro customers across Europe. Selectable drive
modes and regenerative braking technologies similar to those on Ford production electric vehicles
also feature.

The striking, all-electric demonstrator vehicle was developed in secret by Ford Performance and
electrified rally and racing specialists STARD in Austria, with exterior design by the Ford Design team
in Cologne, Germany.

Ford: “Bringing the SuperVan into the 21st century”

“We’re bringing SuperVan into the 21st century with 2,000 PS of all-electric power for unmatched
excitement and unmistakeable styling inspired by the new E-Transit Custom. But performance isn’t
all about horsepower – the Electric SuperVan’s processing power means engineers can use real-time
vehicle data to optimise its performance, just like on a top-level racing car”, said Mark Rushbrook,
global director, Ford Performance Motorsports
.

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“Ford Pro is all about accelerating productivity for our customers – so why not create a new Electric
SuperVan that proves the power of electrification and connectivity”, added Hans Schep, general
manager, Ford Pro, Europe
. “This incredible demonstrator vehicle takes E-Transit Custom’s advanced
engineering and distinctive look to a whole new level, and is high-speed proof of the power of Ford
Pro’s connected services ecosystem”.



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