A woman smiles while she plugs in her red 2021 Ford® Mustang Mach-E to charge at an electric vehicle charging station on a sunny day

Electric Vehicle Charging

Get the Hookup

Whether you’re taking a road trip or staying close to home, there’s a charge station waiting for you.

You have the power

Now that you’ve got your vehicle, it’s time to make the most of it. From fenders to FordPass, we’re here to help,
however you need us. Ready to ride?

A dark grey 2021 Ford® Mustang Mach-E charges outside at a plug-in electric vehicle charging station on a sunny day by a large concrete building near the mountains

Recharge at home

Charging your vehicle is as easy as charging your cell phone or computer. Simply plug in for a quick and easy way to charge at your leisure.

  • Your Ford Mobile Charger delivers an easy 120V or 240V charge straight from your home’s power grid.  Learn more >

  • The Ford Connected Charge Station offers up to 48 amps to maximize your home charging speed for your Ford electric vehicle.*    Learn more >

Download the FordPass App** to easily manage your charge experience.  Learn more >

Hit the road

No matter where you’re going, there’s a charging station to get you there. On the road, Ford customers have simple and easy access to the FordPass Charging Network — the largest public charging network in North America offered by automotive manufacturers with over 13,500 charging stations (almost 40,000 plugs) and growing.* With the FordPass App, you can:

The road is yours for the taking.

A plugged-in red 2021 Ford® Mustang Mach-E charges at a green and white electric vehicle charging station

Make the most of your charge

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Storing temperature

Storing your vehicle in temperatures between 0°C (32.0°F) and 45°C (112.9°F) is the most beneficial for the high-voltage battery.

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Overnight charging

Preferred charge times can keep your battery at the optimal temperature and state of charge so your vehicle is just the way you want it when you hit the road.

Storing state of charge

Keep your battery at approximately 50% charge if you plan on storing it for more than 30 days.

Keep on plugging

Want to learn more about your vehicle? Read on below.