Gary Yeomans Electric Vehicles

Ford EV lineup

As their categorical name suggests, electric vehicles operate entirely on electricity. They use a large battery to supply power to an electric motor, which typically drives the wheels through a single-speed transmission -- multiple gears are not needed to due to the instantaneous power delivery of an electric motor. EVs are smooth, fast, refined and -- best of all -- don't require a drop of gas or oil to operate.

If you'd like to learn more about the mechanics underpinning the Ford electric vehicle lineup, our team will be happy to help. Our sales associates are well-versed in the latest specs and technical features distinguishing the new Ford EV lineup, including models like the Mustang Mach-E and F-150 Lightning. To discover this lineup in detail, please visit our Ford dealership in Palm Bay or

Ford F-150 Lightning on Highway
2023 Ford F-150 Lightning Interior
Ford F-150 Lightning Frunk

Do EVs Have Engines?

No. Instead of an internal combustion engine, EVs use one or more electric motors. These motors are quiet, efficient and compact, simplifying maintenance and servicing needs while improving vehicle performance.

Do You Ever Have to Replace the Battery in an Electric Car?

The battery used in an electric car is designed to last for the life of the vehicle. At Ford, electric vehicle engineers spent countless hours developing high-capacity, long-lasting battery solutions for models like the F-150 Lightning and E-Transit. It's why the Ford EV battery warranty is a full eight years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first.

Ford Mustang Mach-E
Ford Mustang Mach-E Interior
Ford Mustang Mach-E Mach-E Driving On Road

Can You Charge an Electric Car with a Regular Outlet?

Yes, but it's not the most efficient option available. We recommend using what's known as a Level 2 charger, frequently found in public charging stations through out Florida and also available for installation in your garage. Thanks to its 240V design, Level 2 chargers represent a fast and efficient charging option that's the perfect sweet spot between a standard 120V home outlet and the ultra-fast Level 3 chargers.

Ford Electric Commercial Vehicles
Person driving a 2024 Ford Transit
Person charging a Ford E-Transit

What Is the New Ford EV Lineup?

New Ford electric vehicles for sale on our lot include the popular Mustang Mach-E SUV and an electric version of the F-150, known as the F-150 Lightning. Commercial buyers ready to go green can upgrade to a new E-Transit, an all-electric cargo van. Other Ford EVs are coming soon -- stay in touch with our team to keep up with the latest electric car news coming from your favorite brand.

For more on electric cars in Florida, please contact Gary Yeomans Ford Palm Bay. Our team will help you discover the new Ford electric vehicle lineup and explain in clear, simple terms the cutting-edge engineering behind their quiet, fast and efficient performance. Once you review the new F-150 Lightning or Mustang Mach-E specs, you'll want to take one of these all-electric rides home for yourself.

Charging Myths Debunked

Myth: "Higher kW charging stations charge EVs faster"
FACT: Charging speed is determined by the capability of the charging station to deliver power and the vehicle's ability to accept power. The lower of the two limits determines the vehicle's charging speed. For AC Level 2 charging, the vehicle's charging speed limit is determined by its onboard charger. For DC Fast Charging, the vehicle's charging speed limit is determined by its battery configuration.

Myth: "EVs cannot handle long road trips"
FACT: At a rate of up to 150 kW, DC fast charging can replenish an extended range Mustang Mach-E battery from 10% to 80% in ~ 45 minutes.* It's a good practice to charge to 100% before a long trip because on a DC fast charger, the charge starts to slow down after 80% to help protect the battery. If you're concerned about the time it takes to charge, charge to 100% before leaving and only charge up to 80% at each public charging stop.

Myth: "The Ford Mobile Power Cord (MPC) is out of stock and not available to customers"
FACT: MPC is available and most customers can easily manage their home charging needs using MPC, the 240 volt adapter, and a NEMA 14-50 outlet. Reminder, the MPC is no longer standard equipment with Ford EVs. The are two MPCs: 30amp for F-150 Lightning and 32amp for Mustang Mach-E and E-Transit.

A Ford F-150 Lightning parked in a driveway
2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Charging
Ford Mustang Mach-E Charging

Take Charge!

Enjoy freedom from your corner gas station. Plug in while you work, while you travel or even while you sleep.

Just plug in at the end of your day, and every morning you’re charged.

Ford Pro™ Charging
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