In a Recent Video, Ford Reveals a Futuristic Electric SUV that is “Built for Adventures and Epic Road Journeys” and is Based on a Volkswagen

In a recently uploaded video, Ford highlights its upcoming mid-size electric SUV, which is built on Volkswagen’s MEB platform. On March 21, 2023, one week from this Tuesday, the EV is scheduled for release.

Ford and VW’s Joint Effort for EVs

This video previews Ford’s upcoming MEB-based electric vehicle.

Ford is seeking to continue its momentum abroad after a strong 2022 in which it sold 61,575 EVs and rose to become the second-largest EV manufacturer in the US, behind only Tesla.

Ford and Volkswagen joined forces in 2020 to launch the effort, using its modular electric drive matrix (MEB) EV architecture to create an electric crossover at a lesser cost than the Mach-E.

Ford will use the platform to produce at least one electric vehicle with the Ford brand in an effort to diversify from its existing lineup of F-150 Lightning and Mustang Mach-E vehicles.

Stuart Rowley, the president of Ford Europe, previously stated that “probably two” EVs would be constructed on the Volkswagen platform; however, the firm has recently declared that it is “deep in creating” its very own next-gen platform.

A Sneak Peak at new E-SUV

The Ford Model e’s general manager for Europe, Martin Sander, offered us a sneak glimpse by posting a photo of himself exposing just the front end of the car; however, we have yet to see how it will seem in its whole.

Ford News Europe shared a video on its Twitter account earlier this week that showed the mid-size electric Vehicle traversing a variety of terrains, obviously from a distance.

The word “exploring reinvented” has been used by Ford to hint the upcoming EV, possibly pointing to an electric Explorer.

According to the car company, its mid-size electric crossover is “built for adventures and epic road journeys,” and that a reimagined Ford is on the way. Ford stated in October that it will stop producing the Fiesta as it planned to downsize its selection in the area to create place for its upcoming EV lineup.

With the introduction of the new EV, Ford anticipates selling at least 600,000 electric vehicles annually in Europe by 2026.

For information on Ford’s mid-size EV, which is based on a Volkswagen, check on 21st March.

Ford Reveals a Futuristic Electric SUV

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