Charging options for Ford Electric Vehicles (EV)

Charging Solutions and Plug-Types

At Home Charging 

The following at home charging options are available:

  • Home charging, also referred to as Level 1 charging, uses an existing power point (10-15 amp, single phase), used in combination with a Mode 2 cable.
  • A dedicated AC EV charger, can be installed as a ‘charging box’. It can easily top up average daily vehicle use or deliver a full recharge overnight.

Public Charging

The following details are important regarding public charging.

  • Public Charge Stations are third-party vendors.
  • Ford is not affiliated with third-party Charge Stations.
  • Station design, availability and plug-in type may vary.
  • Some stations require the use of a personal cord instead of a built-in option.
  • Most will require you to sign up and subscribe to your network of services before allowing you to use the Charge Station.

Common Plug-Types

There are different plug-types (dependent on the BEV/ PHEV vehicle model), which are:

  • Type-2 (Mennekes)
    • Australian standard plug type
    • Charges at rates of 22-50 kiloWatts (kW)
  • DC-CCS - Type 2 (Combined Charging System)
    • Combination of the Type 2 (Mennekes) with high-speed charging pins
    • Also known as a CCS - Type 2
    • Charges at rates of 50-350kW

Additional Information

How do I find a charging station for my Ford Electric Vehicle?

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