Ford New Zealand has today confirmed that the fully electric Puma will be heading to our shores as part of its nationwide electrified charge.
The new EV will join the Mustang Mach E, E-Transit Cargo, and recently announced E-Transit Courier when it goes on sale at a yet-to-be-announced date.
With the model set for 2024 production in Europe, we’ll have to wait until at least some time later that year before we see it.
Technical specifications as well as the design of the electric Puma haven’t been revealed yet but its one of many popular nameplates that will eventually receive the electric touch.
Ford has begun the transformation into a 100 per cent electric carmaker which is all apart of its 2050 commitment to becoming carbon neutral.
The brand is dedicating $50 billion towards the electric revolution between now and 2026 with the target of manufacturing 600,000 electric cars annually by the end of 2023.
Full New Zealand specifications, arrival timing, and pricing is expected to be announced closer to the local launch of the electric Ford Puma.