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The Ford Pro Electric SuperVan Is a 1972-HP Toy

Autoweek logo Autoweek 2 days ago Wesley Wren
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  • The Ford Pro Electric SuperVan is a 1,972-hp E-Transit Custom converted into a brutal race van.
  • It's the fourth in Ford's line of over-the-top vans and the first to venture into electrification.
  • The Ford Pro Electric SuperVan debuted at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK.

Since its inception, Ford’s SuperVan has pegged the needle on Ford’s absurd-o-meter. From its origins of a Transit draped over what was effectively a Ford GT40 chassis to the Formula 1-powered SuperVan successors, this series has always been extreme. Putting the advancements in electrification and its expanding EV portfolio to good use, Ford turned a simple E-Transit Custom into the latest SuperVan.

Watch Ford's latest SuperVan climb up the hill at Goodwood. © Ford Watch Ford's latest SuperVan climb up the hill at Goodwood.

Debuting at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Ford’s latest SuperVan takes the hilarious nameplate into the future. Officially called the Ford Pro Electric SuperVan, this battery-powered machine is the most brutally powerful van to carry the SuperVan name. The four electric motors powering this van work together to send 2000 PS, or 1972 hp, to the pavement.

The battery-electric SuperVan made its official debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, where it climbed the hill. The folks at Goodwood haven’t published the SuperVan’s times, but it’s likely the quickest of Ford’s high-performance vans to make the trip up the Goodwood hill.

You can check out the video of the Ford SuperVan’s Goodwood debut above. The lack of a screaming V8 might make you adjust your volume, but you’ll just make the spaceship whirr of the electric motors a bit louder.

What do you think of Ford’s new SuperVan? Tell us your thoughts below.

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