How Do I Order an Electric Vehicle Home Charging System?

Charging your Mustang Mach-E is as simple as charging your phone. Every vehicle comes with the Ford Mobile Charger, including two connectors for charging speeds that fit your lifestyle. But if you’re looking to maximize your home charging speed, consider the Ford Connected Charge Station.

There are several ways to order your Ford Connected Charge Station. When you purchase your Mustang Mach-E, simply add it to your order, finance and receive it with your new vehicle. Beginning in late 2020, you have the option to order it directly through your Ford Dealer or on FordParts.com. And when you’re ready to set it up, Ford helps make installation hassle-free by teaming up with Amazon, or you can have it installed by your local electrician. (Click here to see if Amazon installation is available in your area.) To simplify your installation, Ford has two documents you can hand to your installer. They explain the specs for installation. Choose the document for the charging station that works best for you.

Ford Connected Charge Station (MSRP $799)

To maximize your charge at home, the Ford Connected Charge Station can deliver up to 48 amps to your vehicle’s battery.* Ford estimates that customers with the 240V/48-amp hardwired charge station can add an average range of 30 miles per charging hour on a Mustang Mach-E with an extended-range battery and rear-wheel drive.**

Ford Mobile Charger with 240V Wall Outlet

With the Ford Mobile Charger and a 240V NEMA 14-50 wall outlet, get an average range of 20 miles per charging hour on a Mustang Mach-E with an extended-range battery and rear-wheel drive. If you don’t have a 240V NEMA 14-50 wall outlet, a licensed electrician can install one for you.**

Ford Mobile Charger with 120V Wall Outlet

With the Ford Mobile Charger and a 120V wall outlet, Ford estimates that you can add an average range of 3 miles per charging hour on a Mustang Mach-E with an extended-range battery and rear-wheel drive.**

* Ford Electric Vehicles include the all-electric Mustang Mach-E and Ford Plug-in Electric Vehicles. Home charging refers to AC charging (https://www.energy.gov/eere/electricvehicles/charging-home).

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