Ford Hybrid and Electric Range

By electrifying our entire range of vehicles, we’re not just imagining what tomorrow will look like. We’re already building it.

By the end of 2021, we’ll have launched 16 new hybrid and electric vehicles in the UK.

Whether it’s Puma with EcoBoost Hybrid, Kuga with two hybrid options, or our all-electric Mustang Mach-E: you have the power to choose the right EV for you.



An icon redefined. All-Electric Mustang Mach-E

Up to 379 miles range on a single charge, with instant torque and more horsepower than you might expect. Set aside any ideas about all-electric vehicles being less fun to drive and get ready to fall in love with driving all over again.

Experience Mach-E

Command your space. Puma.

Human-centric design, stand-out styling, EcoBoost Hybrid efficiency. Ford Puma doesn’t seek your attention – with its sophisticated, electrified powertrain: it quietly demands it.

Create your Puma

Rethink the adventure. All-New Kuga.

As part of Ford’s commitment to electrifying our range, the Kuga is available in two electrified options. The Plug-in-Hybrid can switch between petrol or all-electric driving. If the plug-in option isn’t right for you, the self-charging full Hybrid is also available.

Discover Ford Kuga

Charging made simple

Ford is offering a number of practical ways to ensure your Plug-in Hybrid or All-Electric vehicle’s battery is kept charged. Depending on the type of electric car or van you choose, there are a variety of Charging options and solutions we can provide. We want to make Charging your Plug-in hybrid or electric vehicle as easy and painless as possible.

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What's the difference?

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Mild Hybrid (MHEV)

Mild Hybrid vehicles have two sources of power, a conventional engine and a battery driven electric motor. The electric motor does not power the car; it assists it.

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Hybrid (HEV)

Hybrid vehicles have two sources of power. They automatically switch between the conventional engine and electric power depending on speed.

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Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV)

Plug-in Hybrids have two power sources, similar to Hybrid (HEV) vehicles. The batteries are larger, allowing you to travel further. They need plugging into the mains to recharge.

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All-Electric (BEV)

All-electric vehicles are driven purely by electricity. They need recharging before you can drive anywhere.