It's the Torklift Eco that others have mentioned:
And I'm using a cheap Allen rack I found on Amazon. So far, so good.
Local mechanic took about 90 minutes to install it today. If you don't have the right tools (or if you do have the right tools, but don't want this to be a weekend project), any competent shop can do it.
Should be fine, based on my ski weekend. And if it gets dicey you can DCFC for 5 minutes on the way back. Only concerns:
How fast you drive. If you're going 85 mph on the highway it'll chew up more battery than going 65.
How toasty you want the cabin during your hour of lunch. When my wife gets...
It's worth it. It's also fun being an EV evangelist.
That being said, my personal situation was I needed a new car this year and couldn't wait until 2022. If I had a 5 year old car instead of a 10 year old car, I would have waited for a year to see what else came out.
Basically what Tim said.
The ElectrifyAmerica chargers were all CCS and they plug directly into the car. No adapter needed. And when the EA and Ford software is all working well, it starts charging within seconds after the charging station and car talk to each other. Super smooth...when it works.
You can take your hands off the wheel for brief periods, but the car will nag you to put your hands back on the wheel.
Fun fact -- even with your hands on the wheel, it'll periodically nag you to put your hands on the wheel.
It comes to a gentle stop. If you're coming up to a stop sign in a residential area, there's a certain distance where you can let off the pedal and not need the brakes at all.
One pedal driving is really smooth and I highly recommend it.
I have a RWD Extended Range Premium Mach E.
This was a pretty hard test for the Mach E. We drove from suburban MD to the Bryce Ski Resort in Virginia, which was about 115 miles round trip. We did some local trips in Virginia (including going to a Wal Mart to charge). We had 5 people in...
Lane Keep Assist just turns on for me. My steps are:
1) Get on a road that can use it
2) Wait for the green bars on both sides of the car
3) Set the cruise control and wait for the green bars to turn into a blue bubble
If you do want to get a smartphone, you should call the FordPass guides and find out what phones are officially supported. The main Ford folks will say "there's no list of supported phones," but that's not true -- FordPass does have a list. My phone manufacturer isn't on it.