Ford Australia president and CEO, Andrew Birkic, has stated that there is currently no confirmed plan for a Ford Everest Plug-in Hybrid, despite the recent release of the 2025 Ford Ranger Plug-in Hybrid. Birkic mentioned during a media briefing that there were no announcements to be made regarding a PHEV version of the Ford Everest, although he acknowledged the continued high demand for V6 models of the SUV.
The 2025 Ford Ranger Plug-in Hybrid, unveiled recently, is expected to serve as the foundation for a PHEV version of the Ford Everest. However, Ford has not officially confirmed whether this will be the case.
The Ford Everest has been well-received by consumers and dealers alike, with positive feedback and strong demand, particularly for the V6 models. This may indicate that there is potential for a plug-in hybrid variant of the SUV, given the growing interest in electrified vehicles.
While Ford has not shared any specific details about a potential Ford Everest Plug-in Hybrid, it is worth noting the company’s commitment to expanding its electrified vehicle lineup. Ford has already introduced hybrid and all-electric models, such as the Ford Mustang Mach-E and the upcoming all-electric Ford F-150 Lightning.
As the demand for electrified vehicles continues to grow, it would not be surprising to see Ford explore the possibility of a plug-in hybrid version of the popular Ford Everest SUV.
– Ford Australia president and CEO Andrew Birkic
– The 2025 Ford Ranger Plug-in Hybrid
– Ford Mustang Mach-E
– Ford F-150 Lightning (upcoming all-electric model)