Release Date: 2021-02-10
video ford EV Modes Explained | Ford Kuga Plug-in Hybrid Advert 2021 • Ford’s Kuga Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) uses four Electric Vehicle (EV) modes to help you get the most out of hybrid driving, and ensure that it works around you.

The four modes available with Kuga PHEV are: ‘Auto EV’, ‘EV Now’, ‘EV Later’ and ‘EV charge’.

Auto EV will always be the default mode each time you start your vehicle. To make switching drive modes easy, there’s a dedicated EV Mode button on the centre console. You can cycle through the modes by pressing the button, while key information is displayed in your digital instrument cluster.
Not all EV modes will be available at all times, depending on your battery levels and the selected Drive Mode, e.g. Sport or Eco (Selectable Drive Modes are a separate feature to the EV modes).
Here are the details on each EV Mode available in your Kuga Plug-in Hybrid:
‘Auto EV’ is the default EV mode and will be selected automatically when starting the vehicle. In this mode, the Kuga PHEV seamlessly chooses between All-Electric or Hybrid driving, giving you the best combination of economy and performance, depending what you need at any given moment.
Regenerative Braking recovers energy that would otherwise be lost, and uses it to sustain the battery charge, helping you make the most of the electric driving range.

‘EV Now’ is a great option for short journeys in the city, or anywhere that may have low emissions regulations in place. This mode uses only the electric motor, to ensure emissions-free driving for shorter journeys. From a full starting charge, you can cover distances of up to 35 mi/56 km on electric only power.
Performance in ‘EV Now’ is auto-adjusted for maximum range. And if the battery charge can’t sustain pure electric driving any longer, the petrol engine will re-engage automatically, until sufficient charge has been recovered.

‘EV Later’ mainly uses the petrol engine for driving, preserving as much battery charge as possible. It’s designed for those times you know you’ll need electric-only driving further in your journey (e.g. if you’re heading to the city or an emissions-regulated zone).

‘EV Charge’ uses the petrol engine both for driving, and for directly charging the battery. Similar to ‘EV Later’, this is helpful when you know you’ll need electric-only driving later on in your journey, but perhaps your battery needs additional charging on-the-go beforehand.
With the petrol engine working harder to both drive the vehicle and charge the battery, ‘EV Charge’ is less efficient than the other modes. So we recommend pre-charging the battery where possible. - Ford advertsiment spot 2021

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