Automotorpad.com | Gallery | Photo | News | Bmw | Ford | Nissan | Honda |

Ford Transit Connect Electric: Sale Agreement with Canada Post

The first Ford Transit Connect Electric van will be delivered to Canada Post

Azure Dynamics Corporation, the innovator of hybrid electric and electric powertrains on the market of industrial van, and Ford of Canada today announced the delivery of an early industrial Transit Connect Electric vans Canada Post under service program LEAD clientele. Canada Post will receive an exclusive vehicle for delivery by the end of the year and is committed to acquire nine more by the end of 2011.

Its electrical qualities are well suited to fleets like Canada Post, whose work is characterized by predictable routes or stops and departures are frequent and often the engine is idling.

The Transit Connect Electric integrates the electric powertrain Azure Force Drive is the international platform for industrial Ford van, price laureate North American Truck of the year 2010. His unique combination of driving dynamics car loading capacity , maneuverability, accessibility and low operating cost makes the Transit Connect an ideal candidate for electrification.

The Ford Transit Connect Electric uses a lithium-ion advanced open signed Johnson Controls-Saft, which allows a range of 130 km on a single charge and can be recharged using a 120 or 240 volts. Industrial vans generally return to a central database at the end of each driving cycle, or they can be easily recharges overnight.

Ford Transit Connect Electric: Sale Agreement with Canada Post picture #1

Ford Transit Connect Electric: Sale Agreement with Canada Post picture #2

Ford Transit Connect Electric: Sale Agreement with Canada Post picture #3

Ford Transit Connect Electric: Sale Agreement with Canada Post picture #4

Read also: recent reviews, test drives, automotive trends and the latest news from the world of cars.

Video

Read more about:

Popular News

View more:

More Popular Images

Automotorpad.com
© 2014: All rights protected.
Contacts Google Sitemap