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An exciting new future for alternative fuels

As one of South Wales’ only FordStores, our staff are trained and up to date with the current Electric & Hybrid range and are also knowledgeable about the exciting new models due to launch over the next few months.

Ford is investing $11 billion in Electrified Vehicles between 2017-2022 and is committed to an electric future in Europe, with 13 hybrid vehicles making up the Ford Hybrid family by 2020. Whether you’re looking for a fun-to-drive city car, a practical hybrid car for the family or a capable hybrid van that doesn’t compromise on your business needs – you’ll find the right vehicle for you with the Ford Hybrid range.

Ford Electric

All Electric

All-electric vehicles run on battery power alone. Zero fuel. Zero emissions on the road. So, they’re better for the environment and, with government purchase incentives, reduced road tax and no penalties in some low emission zones, they’re good for your wallet too. No more trips to the pump. Fewer moving parts than traditional vehicles, meaning lower maintenance costs. Tax reductions, emission zone benefits, the list of savings goes on.

Ford Plug-In Hybrid

Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV)

Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles (PHEV) have all the functionality of full Hybrid technology, with the added advantage that they can be charged from an external electricity supply. The larger capacity of the battery makes them capable of zero-emissions while driving for ranges of up to 30 miles (50 kilometres), with the ability to switch to Hybrid mode to conserve battery life and to petrol or diesel-only for longer journeys.

Ford Hybrid

Hybrid (HEV)

As with Mild Hybrid (MHEV), these vehicles have an internal combustion engine, but they also have a larger battery and more powerful motor. This provides more assistance to the engine and enables the vehicle to drive parts of short journeys at low speeds using the electric motor alone. Thanks to the conventional engine, this can help improve driving range. This is because the vehicle is capable of using both battery and the internal combustion engine.

Ford Mild Hybrid

Mild Hybrid (MHEV)

The internal combustion engine is assisted by an electric motor. At low speed, or when stationary, the engine can switch itself off and the 48V starter-generator seamlessly restarts when needed. The separate 48V Li-ion battery is automatically recharged by regenerative braking during coasting and braking. There is no requirement to connect the battery to a power source.

Charging options available

Learn about the 3 main charging options and how they work for all Electric & Hybrid vehicles.

Electric & Hybrid explained

Learn more about the 4 main Electric and Hybrid engines and how they are powered.

Mustang Mach-E

Up to 600 km range on a single charge*, with instant torque and more horsepower than you might expect. Set aside any ideas about all-electric vehicles being less fun to drive and get ready to fall in love with driving all over again.

New Ford Puma

Human-centric design, stand-out styling, EcoBoost Hybrid efficiency. New Ford Puma doesn’t seek your attention – with its sophisticated, electrified powertrain: it quietly demands it.

All-New Ford Kuga

Up to 600 km range on a single charge*, with instant torque and more horsepower than you might expect. Set aside any ideas about all-electric vehicles being less fun to drive and get ready to fall in love with driving all over again.

FORD MONDEO HYBRID

The New Mondeo Hybrid Estate has two sources of power: a conventional fuel engine and a battery-driven, electric motor. The system automatically switches between the powertrains, or uses a combination of both, to deliver a perfect blend of power and efficiency. And to make the whole system even more efficient, regenerative braking captures up to 90% of the energy normally lost through friction brakes, then recycles it to recharge the high-voltage battery.