SEAI grant of €7,600 now available on E-Transit

SEAI grant of €7,600 now available on E-Transit

The SEAI have recently announced a new Large Panel Van N1L EV Grant of €7,600, and the good news is that it is now available on the Ford E-Transit.

Applications can now be made for large panel vans classified as N1L. The grant will be for new large panel vans (BEV only) with a technically permissible maximum mass of exactly 3500kg (N1 category vehicle). Large Panel Vans with a price, excluding all grants, rebates, incentives and inclusive of all optional extras, delivery charges, metallic paints etc. of €90,000 or less will be eligible for this grant.



All–electric. Zero compromise. The New Ford E-Transit is our first all-electric van. The electric Ford Transit has been purpose-built to help your business meet its sustainability targets, without compromising on toughness, capability, or versatility. A 400-volt battery with 68 kWh of usable power does all the hard work, so you’ll never have to worry about low-emission zones again. The E-Transit battery delivers an impressive range of up to 267- 317km (WLTP test result)* on a full charge. 317km WLTP Overall Range reflects a combined driving cycle and 267km WLTP Extra High range reflects motorway driving. Available in two height and three length variations, the E-Transit will offer up to 15.1 cubic metres of cargo space††. In fact, there are 25 different configurations, so whatever your requirements, there’s an E-Transit to suit your business. Find out more about the E-Transit range and whether it’s right for your business by talking to a member of our sales team


Not only could you benefit from up to 40% reduction to your service cost of ownership when compared with diesel vehicles, but as an all-electric vehicle, the E-Transit completely eliminates emissions whilst driving. This enables you to drive through low-emission zones and may also help your business to meet its sustainability and carbon dioxide reduction goals. And you can increase the environmental benefits by using a renewable energy supplier when recharging your electric Transit.

Intelligently connected.

Whether you run 1 or a fleet of vehicles, our connectivity solutions give you the tools to keep them healthy. 

FordPass Pro is a free app which lets you manage recharging schedules, view your vehicles location and health status as well as remotely lock or unlock the doors. 

If you operate a fleet of more than 5 vehicles, Ford Telematics can help maximise productivity and minimise downtime with powerful data-driven insights to help you understand the daily operations of your fleet. 

It can also help you to seamlessly manage the payment of public charging using the Ford charging network.

No compromise on capability.

The intelligently designed battery sits underneath the main body of the electric van to maximise room. The E-Transit comes in a choice of configurations to give you up to 15.1m3 of loadspace.

Charging your E-Transit is effortless as the. Just plug into the mains for a simple way to recharge, or install a Ford Connected Wallbox home charging point for greater convenience and faster charging times.

The E-Transit can charge from 15 per cent to 80 per cent in 34 minutes from a 115 kW DC fast charger.

An overnight full charge from a Ford Wallbox with a 230-volt 16A 3-phase AC supply takes just over 8 hours.**

Learn more about the All-Electric E-Transit

Important information *Based on full charge. Range quoted for best performing variant, Medium Wheel Base, Medium Roof Cargo Van, 390 Series, Speed Limited to 90kph. Targeted estimate range applies to an available configuration (and is based on CAE modeling using WLTP test procedure). Actual range varies with conditions such as external elements, driving behaviours, vehicle maintenance, lithium ion battery age and state of health. **Charge power can decrease with increasing state of charge. Actual charge times and charge speeds can vary based on different factors (weather, temperature, driving behaviour, vehicle condition, age of the lithium-ion-battery, used charging infrastructure). ††Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and weight distribution.