If you’re a fan of Ford there’s a lot to be excited about with what the blue oval has to offer in the next couple of years.

These are the new vehicles that Ford is planning to add to its lineup.

2022 Ford E-Transit

Following the lead of the Mustang Mach-E, the E-Transit will be the second electric vehicle in Ford’s lineup.

Scheduled to be on the road towards the end of 2021, the E-Transit will offer businesses a greener option for handling all their commercial needs.

Ford says the E-Transit will have a starting price of under $45,000. It comes with an electric motor that produces 266 horsepower and 317 lb-ft of torque. It’s powered by a 67-kWh battery that will give an estimated 126 miles of range in the low-roof cargo van variant.

As far as storage is concerned the E-Transit will offer similar space as its gasoline counterpart. In the United States, Ford is targeting a maximum payload of 3,800 pounds, and up to 4,290 pounds for cutaway versions

2022 Ford Electric F-150

Ford first introduced the idea of an electric F-150 in July 2019 when they posted a video of a prototype towing one million pounds of train cars.

It will soon come to reality and will be Ford’s entry into the growing electric truck market with the likes of the Tesla Cybertruck, Rivian R1T, and GMC Hummer EV.

Official specs aren’t known yet for the electric F-150 other than it will be more powerful than any F-150 available today. Ford is expected to reveal it sometime in 2021 and it will launch in mid-2022.

2022 Ford Maverick

Ford will be adding a compact pickup to its truck lineup in 2022 that they’re calling the Maverick.

Slotted underneath the mid-size Ranger, the Maverick will use the same platform as the new Bronco Sport crossover. Which means it will use a unibody, transverse-engine platform instead of a body on frame design. It will also likely be a crew cab truck.

The price hasn’t officially been revealed but it’s rumoured that Ford has told dealers it will have a starting price under $20,000

Ford hasn’t announced when the Maverick will be released but based on spy photos and speculation it should be revealed in the second half of this year as a 2022 model.

2023 Ford Mustang (7th Gen)

Don’t worry Mustang fans, even with the Mach-E the Mustang coupe isn’t going anywhere.

There will be a new 7th generation Mustang for the 2023 model year that will keep the pony car alive until at least 2030.

Referred to internally as the S650, the 7th gen Mustang it’s expected to be built on the new rear-wheel/all-wheel drive platform that is used on the Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator. Aside from that not much is known about the car yet.

Ford Fusion Crossover / Ford Stormtrak

When Ford announced in 2020 that it was discontinuing the Fusion sedan rumors immediately started that the plan was to turn it into a new crossover. Potentially one that could take on the Subaru Outback.

In January 2021 spy photos emerged of a new Ford crossover that fits the description.

However one thing that stands out is that in the photos the vehicle has a fake grille and no exhaust, hinting that it could be another electric vehicle.

If Ford doesn’t use the Fusion name they could use “Stormtrak”, one that they trademarked in January 2020.

Future EV with Rivian

Ever since Ford invested in electric vehicle startup Rivian there was speculation if/when the two companies would collaborate on an EV.

There were plans on Rivian working with Lincoln to create an electric SUV that would use Rivian’s skateboard platform. But due to issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic the plans were cancelled in April 2020.

But since Ford and Rivian are now partners it’s possible that they circle back and give the project a second chance.