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Ford E-Tourneo Courier Teased Before May 15th Debut (Updated)

Ford is in the midst of a major transition across the globe, but perhaps arguably more so in Europe, where it plans to launch seven new all-electric vehicles by 2024 and completely transition its passenger vehicle lineup to EVs by 2030 or sooner. That rollout has been happening right one cue, with multiple new EVs making their debut over the past few months – including the all-electric Ford Explorer – and now, we’re on the cusp of yet another one – the official reveal of the all-new Ford E-Tourneo Courier, which is set to take place on May 15th. The debut of the passenger EV van variant follows the official reveal of its Ford Pro brethren – the E-Transit Courier.

As we count down the days to that unveiling, The Blue Oval is whetting our appetites with this very revealing teaser, which shows off nearly the entire front end of the Ford E-Tourneo Courier in broad daylight. Overall, it appears the passenger variant of the compact van will look quite similar to its commercially oriented counterpart.

Since European E-Transit production began at the Ford Otosan Assembly Plant in Turkey back in April 2022, FoMoCo continues to fill out its ever-important EV van lineup in that region, starting with the debut of the E-Transit Custom just a month later, which is scheduled to enter production this fall. A more luxurious variant – the E-Transit Tourneo – was just revealed last November ahead of its debut later this year, too.

The new E-Transit Courier features a 25 percent larger cargo area than the outgoing ICE variant and offers up a max payload rating of 700 kilograms (1,543 pounds), while towing tops out at 750 kilograms (1,653 pounds). Aside from new styling on the outside, the EV van also features a ‘squircle” steering wheel inside to improve leg room and visibility, a “digiboard” instrument panel consisting of a 12-inch digital instrument cluster and a 12-inch touchscreen running Sync 4, a feature called Office Pack – which includes a foldaway flat work surface and lighting, and wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay capability.

The all-new Ford E-Transit Courier is powered by a single 100 kW electric motor, though the automaker won’t share performance and range data until we get closer to the van’s launch. However, it’s targeting an 11 kW AC charging speed that can top it off at home in 5.7 hours, along with DC fast charge capability of up to 100 kW. Ford expects the system to add 87 kilometers (54 miles) of range in 10 minutes, and charge from 10-80 percent in less than 35 minutes. As is the case with other Transit models, the E-Transit Courier is also available with a full suite of Ford Pro connected vehicle services.

We’ll have more on the new E-Tourneo Courier soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Transit news and ongoing Ford news coverage.

This article has been revised to properly indicate that this teaser is for the E-Tourneo Courier, not the E-Transit Courier, which already debuted. 

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.

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  1. Thomas

    Is it an American management style that closes the production of internal combustion cars that bring income to the company???
    Or maybe the company is run by some idiot who is deliberately destroying the company???

  2. Larry

    Currently on my 2nd Ford Flex. I’m 6ft 4in with tall torso. Really like the headroom that a passenger Tourneo would give me. This could perfect solution, but I want ICE vs EV. EV Infrastructure not there yet for me… (Concern over Local Electric Grid/Charging locations and charging time/Range Anxiety/Battery Replacement $/Battery Fire Issues)

  3. Carl Schranz

    “…charge from 10-80 percent in less than 35 minutes.”
    Yay/ In less than 6 minutes I can fill up my Honda CR-V. Anywhere in the country. And then drive it for 350+ miles.


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