mobile-menu-icon
Ford Authority
Sponsored

FordPass App Adoption Rate At 91 Percent, Well Above Industry Average

Sponsored

Ford has big plans for its connected vehicle services, which the automaker believes will net it $20 billion in annual revenue by 2030. FoMoCo’s connected vehicle platform – Blue Oval Intelligence – will accomplish much of that by integrating a number of systems into connected vehicles, of which Ford aims to have 32 million on the road by 2028. Regardless, the automaker’s mobile app – FordPass – plays a big role in this mission as well. Luckily for the company, the current FordPass app adoption rate is very high.

According to Ford, its FordPass app adoption rate currently sits at a whopping 91 percent – which is far above the industry average of 66 percent. As Ford Authority recently reported, FordPass and Lincoln Way memberships have nearly doubled over the last year – from 1.3 million active users to 2.4 million. The percentage of active users has also grown from 82.4 percent earlier this year.

Meanwhile, participation rates are even higher for Ford Mustang Mach-E owners, as that vehicle enjoys a 97 percent activation rate on the FordPass app, while 95 percent of Mach-E owners have opted to receive over-the-air updates.

Once an extra cost, FordPass connected services became free back in 2019, which has undoubtedly helped accelerate adoption rates. Additionally, it seems that most users are pleased with the app itself, as J.D. Power’s inaugural U.S. OEM EV App Benchmark Study ranked it in the top five among all automaker’s mobile applications.

The FordPass app gives owners the ability to complete functions like locking and unlocking doors, starting the engine, scheduling service – or, in the case of the Mach-E – even configuring the vehicle prior to taking delivery via Remote Vehicle Setup, which allows owners to create a profile, set navigation destinations, select climate control preferences, and even choose a preferred drive experience.

We’ll have more on FordPass soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for ongoing Ford news coverage.

Sponsored

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

Subscribe to Ford Authority

For around-the-clock Ford news coverage

We'll send you one email per day with the latest Ford updates.
It's totally free.

Sponsored

Comments

  1. Jean-Francois Rivard

    Even if the car magazine “expert / geniuses” have been poo pooing it for years…

    I’ve been using mine for years across 3 vehicles. It’s useful / easy to use / and a money saver, especially if you’re boosting your points with a Ford credit card, buying stuff you normally buy anyway.

    Reply
  2. Chris

    I don’t like that it puts my Escape into “deep sleep mode” if I don’t manually start it for two weeks. Meaning Ford Pass will not work if I don’t drive it for 2 weeks. Why do that? It’s very frustrating and inconvenient.

    Reply
  3. NCEcoBoost

    Oh, if only it, and the Ford Owner site, AppLink and Sync3 in general worked as advertised, all the time. They don’t. GM has it all over Ford in this regard. Hope the new guy shapes things up.

    Reply

Leave a comment

Cancel
Sponsored