Get to Know Ford Hybrid and EV Vehicles in Chicago


More and more Chicago drivers are making the decision to switch away from driving traditional gasoline and are turning to hybrid and electric models. The Ford brand has had a lot to do with this trend, offering an ever-growing portfolio of sedans, SUVs, and pickups with hybrid and electric options. So, if you're one of the many that's considering making the switch, it's time to get to know your options.

2021 Mach-E

  • Available eAWD (electric all-wheel drive)
  • Spacious interior with plenty of head and legroom
  • Front-load storage space
  • Standard Performance: 266 horsepower, 317 pound-feet of torque
  • Standard all-electric range: EPA-estimated 230 miles
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2022 F-150 Lightning

  • Ford Intelligent Backup Power
  • Over-the-air Software Updates
  • EPA-estimated 230-mile all-electric range
  • Powered by a standard lithium-ion battery - 426 horsepower and 775 pound-feet of torque
  • Payload: 2,000 pounds
  • Towing: 5,000 pounds
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2020 ESCAPE HYBRID

  • Hybrid 2.5-liter iVCT Atkinson-Cycle I-4 engine
  • Second-Row Sliding Seats, 60/40 Split-Fold Down
  • Ford Co-Pilot360
  • Fuel Economy: 44 City/37 Highway/41 Combined
  • Performance: 165 horsepower, 155 pound-feet of torque
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2020 FUSION PLUG-IN HYBRID

  • Ford Co-Pilot360
  • SmartGauge with EcoGuide
  • Fuel economy: 43 city/ 41 highway/ 42 combined, 109 city/ 97 hwy/ 103 combined MPGe
  • EPA-estimated all-electric range of 26 miles
  • Performance: 141 horsepower, 129 pound-feet of torque
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2020 EXPLORER LIMITED HYBRID

  • 3.3-liter hybrid engine with 5,000 pounds of towing
  • Leather seating with Micro-Perforation and Accent Stitching
  • SYNC with Voice-Activated Touchscreen Navigation System
  • Performance: 318 horsepower, 322 pound-feet of torque
  • Fuel economy: 21/28/24 mpg city/highway/combined
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2020 FUSION HYBRID

  • Ford Co-Pilot360
  • SmartGauge with EcoGuide
  • Fuel economy: 43 city/ 41 highway/ 42 combined
  • Performance: 141 horsepower, 129 pound-feet of torque
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Make the Change to a Hybrid or Electric Vehicle from Ford

With Ford's incredible lineup of hybrid and electric vehicles, there are plenty of options to entice Chicago drivers into making the switch. Hybrid and electric vehicles have come a long way over the years, and Ford's lineup offers all the same amazing features with similar, and sometimes even superior performance. So not only are these vehicles a more environmentally responsible option, they represent the best way to experience these vehicles.

Why Drive a Hybrid or Electric Vehicle?

Hybrid and electric vehicles are gradually growing in popularity among drivers all around Chicago. With the many advancements this segment has made, hybrid and electric vehicles no longer force owners and lessees to make compromises. With hybrid models, the pairing of an electric motors allows for a smaller combustion engine, which enables the vehicle to have the same amount of power while simultaneously increasing fuel economy.

Hybrid and Electric Vehicle FAQ

How far can a Ford hybrid go on electricity?

The answer to this question depends on the model, but the average hybrid vehicle ranges between 20-30 miles of electric range. Ford models such as the Fusion Hybrid and Escape Hybrid come in a bit higher with 26 miles and 37 miles, respectively.

How fast can the Ford F-150 Lightning recharge?

This answer is dependent on what kind of charging station you use. The breakdown is as follows:

  • 32-amp Ford Mobile Charger - Goes from 15 to 100 percent in 14 hours
  • 48-amp Ford Connected Charge Station - Goes from 15 to 100 percent in 10 hours
  • 80-amp Ford Charge Station Pro - Goes from 15 to 100 percent in 10 hours
  • 150-kilowatt DC Fast Charging - Goes from 15 to 80 percent in 44 minutes

What's the difference between a hybrid and electric vehicle?

A hybrid vehicle uses both gas and electricity for power. It consists of a small internal combustion engine and an electric motor for improved fuel economy. Hybrids don't need to be recharged, as they regain their energy through regenerative braking. Electric models don't have an internal combustion engine at all, but have much wider electric ranges.

YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR FEDERAL INCOME TAX CREDITS AS MUCH AS $7,500.

Depending on where you live, and your personal tax situation, you may qualify for Federal, state and city tax incentives for driving an all-electric vehicle.



  1. Fox Chicago Ford

    2501 North Elston Avenue,
    Chicago, IL 60647

    • Sales: 773-687-7800
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