Ford Pro Charging

With Ford Pro, all charging solutions are catered for. Whether you wish to charge your Ford commercial vehicle at home, at work or via a public connector, Ford Pro can help.

For instance, we can assist you with the installation of fast-charging points at your desired location, allowing you to electrify your vehicles with ease.

Home charging

Thanks to Ford Pro, we’re able to provide you with easy access to a full range of charging options – and all the connectivity tools you need to maximise vehicular productivity.

If you’d like to know more about electric vehicle (EV) charging or our Ford commercial vehicles, please get in touch with the helpful, knowledgeable team at your nearest Colton Motors showroom.

Depot Charging

With a Ford Connected charging system installed at your business location, you’ll be able to charge your Ford commercial vehicles quickly and efficiently, ensuring they’re always ready to roll.

We can provide you with everything you need to enjoy the full depot-charging experience, including installation and maintenance, as well as an intuitive software management system.

What’s more, with Ford Pre E-Telematics, you can easily organise and supervise electric vehicle charging.

Public Charging

There are 300,000-plus charge points available at more than 16,000 locations around the UK, including high-speed IONITY connectors. Thanks to Ford’s BlueOval Charge Network, you’ll never have a problem finding your nearest, most appropriate charging point. With the FordPass app, you have all the real-time public charging information you need, including availability, charging speeds and prices.

What affects EV range?

EVs come with a stated manufacturer range, which isn’t always achievable due to the following:

Heavy acceleration and high speeds – either of which uses more power, thus reducing range.

Climate and temperature – extreme temperatures tend to have a negative impact on battery range. This is certainly true during colder times of the year. That said, especially warm weather typically causes motorists to turn on air-conditioning, which saps battery power.

Payload – the more weight a vehicle carries (crew and/or cargo), the more energy is expended, which has a negative impact on battery efficiency.