Ford have revealed an upcoming electric version of their recently announced Tourneo Courier, named the E-Tourneo Courier. This will be the first time that this model is offered as an all-electric vehicle.
The Tourneo Courier will be based on the foundations on the Ford Puma SUV platform. The new model is longer, wider, taller, includes a 100kW e-Motor and 100kW DC fast charging – meaning a 10-80% recharge in just 35 minutes.
The electric five-seater is set to arrive in late 2024 and is part of Ford’s promise to supply 10 all-electric vehicles in Europe by 2024. Ford committed to this promise in a bid to achieve zero emissions across all sales in Europe by 2035.
Ford revealed three versions of the new Turneo Courier: petrol, diesel, and electric. The diesel and petrol models will be available in late 2023, with the electric model following in late 2024. All versions are more spacious, with a 1.8m load length, 1.22m width between the wheel arches, and a maximum payload of 845kg. But, only the electric model has an extra added 44l of storage that can be accessed in the front trunk.
The E-Tourneo Courier also offers a ‘digiboard’ instrument panel that is controlled by a 12-inch touchscreen, accompanied by Apple CarPlay integration and a phone charging pad.