Fuel Efficiency

Efficiency + Power
Gas engine + battery-driven electric motor

Part gas. Part electric. Plug-in capability.

No gas, 100% electric
  • Turbocharging and direct injection deliver added power without sacrificing performance with great low-end torque responsiveness

  • Vehicle seamlessly switches between gas engine, electric motor or a combination of both
  • Gas engine and regenerative braking helps recharge the battery automatically
  • Doesn't need to be plugged in

  • Progressive hybrid provides the option of plugging in - or not
  • To enhance the hybrid experience, maximize battery capability by plugging in the standard 120V convenience cord or available 240V home charging option
  • Best of both worlds - drive like an electric vehicle for short trips and a hybrid for long ones

  • Powered completely by a rechargeable battery so you'll never need a drop of gas or an oil change
  • Provides a CO2 - free driving experience
  • Features an electric motor, charge port and state-of-the-art, lithium-ion battery
  • Owners plug in the vehicle to fully charge the battery pack
  • A Ford-branded 240-volt home charging option is available for purchase with or without installation services from

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EV Incentives

Plug-in vehicle owners may be eligible for a U.S. federal income tax credit through the new Qualified Plug-In Electric Drive Motor Credit. It provides up to $7,500 for all-electric vehicles and up to $4,007 for plug-in hybrids.* Plus, many states and local utility companies may offer hybrid/electric vehicle purchasers financial rebates, tax incentives, lower charging rates, the use of HOV lanes as a single occupant, and exemption from clean-air emissions tests.