Fuel Type Comparison

Choose What Powers You

Ford offers an ever-evolving lineup of powertrains to meet your needs. Choose the technology that fits your lifestyle.

All-Electric at a Glance

Enjoy a fully electric, future-minded experience behind the wheel. If you’re longing to go gas-free, all-electric technology might be right for you.

Potential Benefits
  • Impressive torque
  • Zero tailpipe emissions
  • No more oil changes
A great fit for:
  • All types of driving, especially when you have predictable patterns

When equipped with the Mustang Mach-E Premium with extended-range battery and RWD has an EPA-estimated range of 300 miles. Based on full charge. Actual range varies with conditions such as external environment, vehicle use, driving behaviors, vehicle maintenance, lithium-ion battery age and state of health.

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Plug-In Hybrid at a Glance

Part gas, part electric motor with plug-in capability. You have the option to drive it like an electric vehicle for short trips and a hybrid for long ones.

Potential Benefits
  • Fewer gas station stops if you plug in
  • Lower fuel cost
  • Freedom of choice—gas or electric
A great fit for:
  • Both city and highway driving, especially for short commutes and frequent city driving

Potential benefit vs. gasoline-only engine in a comparable vehicle.
EPA-estimated rating of 109 city/97 hwy/103 combined MPGe. Actual range varies with conditions such as external elements, driving behaviours, vehicle maintenance and lithium-ion battery age. MPGe is an EPA equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation.

Hybrid at a Glance

Gas engine + battery-driven electric motor. Seamlessly switches between gas, electric or a combination of both.

Potential Benefits
  • Fewer gas station stops than with gas engines*
  • Lower fuel cost
  • Can run on just electricity or a combination of both electricity and gas
A great fit for:
  • Both city and highway driving, especially when you do a lot of city driving

Potential benefit vs gasoline-only engine in a comparable vehicle.