The 2025 Ford Escape EV tells you everything you need to know about the future of small SUVs – The Ford Escape has been around since 2001 and is one of the most famous small SUVs on the market. The Escape has been changed and improved many times, but the 2025 model will be the most radical. It will be an all-electric vehicle (EV) with a completely new look, technology, and features.
Based on the newest news and rumours, this blog post will give you a general idea of what to expect from the 2025 Ford Escape EV. We will also compare it to the 2023 Escape, which got a mid-cycle update with new looks and trims and the choice of a hybrid or plug-in hybrid.
Design: Exterior and Interior
New Ford Mustang Mach-E, Mach-E car, Ford Explorer, and Lincoln Aviator EVs will all use the same GE2.1 base as the 2025 Ford Escape EV. Put another way, it will look more like a normal SUV than the present Escape, which has a more boxy body.
There will be more space inside the 2025 Escape EV, a panoramic sunroof, LED headlights, and taillights. The hood will be bigger. A 13.2-inch touchscreen with the Sync 4 entertainment system, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto that work wirelessly, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, and several safety and driver-assist features will be inside. These include adaptive cruise control, evasive steering, predictive speed assist, a 360-degree camera, rear parking sensors, cross-traffic braking, and more.
There will be a range of trim levels and choices for the 2025 Escape EV to meet the needs of people with different tastes and budgets. For instance, the EcoBoost supercharged engine in the ST-Line Select and ST-Line Elite grades will make 250 horsepower. The hybrid and plug-in hybrid grades, on the other hand, will have a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine making 192 or 210 horsepower.
The battery pack in the 2025 Ford Escape EV will give it a range of more than 300 miles on a single charge. The exact battery size and volume are unknown, but it is likely to be the same size or bigger than the Mustang Mach-E’s battery, which can hold between 68 and 88 kWh.
The 2025 Escape EV will also be able to fast-charge, which means that a DC fast charger can fully charge the battery in about 45 minutes. The Escape EV will also be able to charge wirelessly, so you won’t have to use cords to put it in.
The 2025 Escape EV will have an electric motor that gives it quick power and smooth speeding up. The motor’s exact power output is still unknown. Still, it should be about the same as or more powerful than the engines in the standard Escape, which have 180 to 250 horsepower.
Release Date and Price
The 2025 Ford Escape EV is likely to come out in late 2025 or early 2026, after the current generation of the Escape stops being made in December 2025. The electric Escape will be made at the same building in Louisville, Kentucky, where the regular Escape is made.
We don’t know how much the 2025 Escape EV will cost, but it’s likely to be more than the current Escape, which costs between $27,500 for the base model and $38,000 for the plug-in hybrid model. But the Escape EV might also be able to get federal tax credits and state benefits that will make it cheaper.
The 2025 Ford Escape EV will revolutionise the market for small SUVs by providing a zero-emission option with a sleek look, cutting-edge technology, and great performance. The Hyundai Kona Electric, the Kia Niro EV, the Volkswagen ID.4, and the Chevrolet Bolt EUV are some of the other electric SUVs that the Escape EV will be up against.