In preparation for the highly-anticipated arrival of the all-new Mustang Mach-e, Ford has expanded its charging network to enable Ford EV drivers access to more charging points.
The business partnership the brand already has with BP will be expanded, with Pulse joining the Ford Pass charging network.
Pulse is one of the UK’s largest public charging network, which means that Ford’s charging network will increase from 3,000 to approximately 9,500.
Mark Harvey, Ford’s European enterprise connectivity director, said: “Starting 2021 with the exciting Mustang Mach-E will accelerate Ford’s progress towards electrified engines accounting for more than half of our car sales by the end of 2022. Key to this roll-out is the supporting infrastructure available to Ford customers, and today’s announcement demonstrates our commitment to match more electrified vehicles with enough locations to charge them.”
This expansion gives drivers extra peace of mind and encourages more people to think about making the switch. Mustang Mach-e drivers will be able to use FordPass to find their nearest charging point and to make payments.
As well as having access to over 9,500 charging stations, Mustang Mach-e drivers will also benefit from a free, one-year subscription to Ionity’s ultra-fast chargers, who have 15 sites in the UK and five in Ireland.
The all-new Mustang Mach-e is available to pre-order today and will be joining the Ford range this spring. To make an enquiry, visit us online or call your local Ford dealership today for the very latest offer.