Working with EV charging companies Greenlots and Electrify America, Ford has created what it calls the FordPass Charging Network, the largest North American network of electric vehicle chargers of any automaker, including Tesla.
Next year, Ford will begin selling its first electric vehicle – a crossover SUV with styling based on the Ford Mustang. The FordPass network will include more than 12,000 charging stations with a total of 35,000 plugs in the US and some parts of Canada.
Unlike Tesla’s charging network, chargers in the FordPass network will work with most other electric cars. Users will be directed to one of the network’s chargers using an app or in the vehicle’s central touch screen. Only Ford drivers will be able to use the FordPass app.
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