Ford curtails sales of home charging stations for electric cars

Ford curtails sales of home charging stations for electric cars

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We are talking about proprietary equipment Level 2 for the Mustang Mach-E electric car. Such home charging began to warn owners about unknown system defects and stop working on their own.

According to Automotive News, the automaker itself claims that the detected defect does not affect safety in any way.

At the same time, Ford stopped selling its home charging stations until the problem could be repaired. Such “charge” costs 800 dollars. However, the Mustang Mach-E can still be recharged from the comfort of your home using 120 or 240 V outlets.

As for the special charging Ford Level 2, in just 60 minutes the electric car will replenish energy for a run of 32 kilometers.

By the way, not everything is so smooth with the electric car itself: the problem with the shipments of the first batches, the recall of cars, etc.

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