Ford Buys Electriphi to Enhance Commercial EV Features
There’s no doubting the entire automotive industry is moving away from gas-powered engines and moving more and more toward electric vehicles. And when we say the entire automotive industry, we mean it – including commercial vehicles like the new Ford commercial vans available here at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL. That’s right, commercial fleets all over the country are going electric – which means automotive brands need to follow suit. And that’s exactly what Ford is doing – first with the all-new 2022 Ford E-Transit lineup and now by buying Electriphi to enhance the commercial EV features and capabilities they offer. So, what are these new commercial EV features and capabilities? And how are they going to help electrified commercial fleets here in Tampa, FL, and around the country? Well, let’s find out.
What New Commercial EV Features and Capabilities Can Ford Now Offer Thanks to It Acquiring Electriphi?
If you’re a commercial fleet owner who’s electrified your fleet with a new Ford commercial electric vehicle from us here at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL, then you know all about Ford Pro services. If you don’t know, Ford Pro services help commercial fleets with everything from maintenance needs to fleet management. And now, thanks to Ford acquiring Electriphi, those Ford Pro services will now include advanced charging and energy management capabilities.
“As commercial customers add electric vehicles to their fleets, they want depot charging options to make sure they’re powered up and ready to go to work every day. With Electriphi’s existing advanced technology IP in the Ford Pro electric vehicles and services portfolio, we will enhance the experience for commercial customers and be a single-source solution for fleet-depot charging.”Ford Pro CEO Ted Cannis
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