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These are 3 of a total of 17 new early-produced Ford Mustang Mach-E that will be released to Norwegian dealers in the coming weeks, so that customers all over Norway from January will be able to test drive the new all-electric car.
 

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Thanks, I watched that and also Tom doing a Plug and Go charge which worked flawlessly. My question is this Plug and Go a network wide addition to EA’s chargers? If so, why some of the horror stories about charging at an EA charger? This is the network Ford will use for our cars and it needs to work right (especially for a newbie like me).
 

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Thanks, I watched that and also Tom doing a Plug and Go charge which worked flawlessly. My question is this Plug and Go a network wide addition to EA’s chargers? If so, why some of the horror stories about charging at an EA charger? This is the network Ford will use for our cars and it needs to work right (especially for a newbie like me).
Yes, plug and charge functionality is across all EA chargers. The reason you're not seeing it in use yet is that the first cars to support it are the MME and the 2021 Porche Taycan.
 

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Yes, plug and charge functionality is across all EA chargers. The reason you're not seeing it in use yet is that the first cars to support it are the MME and the 2021 Porche Taycan.
Thank you
 

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Thanks, I watched that and also Tom doing a Plug and Go charge which worked flawlessly. My question is this Plug and Go a network wide addition to EA’s chargers? If so, why some of the horror stories about charging at an EA charger? This is the network Ford will use for our cars and it needs to work right (especially for a newbie like me).
EA plans to have plug and charge on all stations. However, some may require new hardware, not just software. Other companies are getting onboard as well.
 



 









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