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New Zero-emissions LightningElectric for Ford Transit

| October 27, 2017

LightningElectric

Lightning Systems, a developer of efficiency and emissions improvement solutions for fleets, has  announced it is accepting pre-orders for its new zero-emissions LightningElectric system for Ford Transit.

The LightningElectric battery conversion package is available for Ford Transit as part of Ford Motor Company’s eQVM program.

The product will be available first on heavy-duty Transits with a 10,360-pound gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR). Conversions and service are performed by Ford QVM-certified upfitters and dealers around the world.

In the United States, the electric-vehicle conversion is $69,000 for vehicles with an electric range of 50 miles and $89,000 for vehicles with a range of 100 miles. Vouchers and grants are available in some regions for zero-emissions vehicles.

“The new LightningElectric is an excellent choice for commercial and government fleets that would like a zero-emissions product that uses no fuel, but gets the job done with no compromises,” said David Brosky, vice president of sales for Lightning Systems. “The braking and acceleration feels like a gasoline-powered Ford Transit. The vehicle is smooth and quiet with excellent performance and will please both drivers and passengers.”

Ford’s vehicle warranty covers the base chassis for vehicles with the LightningElectric upfit, and Ford Motor Credit financing is available. Installation can be completed in just hours by certified installers.

Featuring a state-of-the-art, liquid-cooled Lithium-Ion battery system from a volume-ready world-class battery supplier, LightningElectric will accommodate full charging in six hours with Level 2 charging and less than thirty minutes for DC fast charging.

Depending on battery option and drive cycle, LightningElectric will have a payload capacity of up to 4,000 pounds.

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