‘Incredible growth’ for Ford Transit leads to new vehicle options

New for 2021 model year, America’s best-selling van – Ford Transit – is updated with recreational vehicle and parcel delivery option packages for those who work hard and play hard. Ford is making it simpler for outdoor enthusiasts to order 2021 Transit their way by creating all-new Adventure Prep and RV Prep packages, while fleets and entrepreneurs get new business-oriented Parcel Delivery and Livery packages.
New for 2021 model year, America’s best-selling van – Ford Transit – is updated with recreational vehicle and parcel delivery option packages for those who work hard and play hard. Ford is making it simpler for outdoor enthusiasts to order 2021 Transit their way by creating all-new Adventure Prep and RV Prep packages, while fleets and entrepreneurs get new business-oriented Parcel Delivery and Livery packages.

Ford announced that ‘incredible growth’ for its Transit vans during the pandemic has led to updated parcel delivery, passenger and recreational vehicle option packages for 2021 Transit.

“With many Americans working from home and practicing social distancing during the pandemic, the popularity of recreational vehicles has soared at the same time package delivery has seen incredible growth,” says Tiffany Chang, Ford fleet brand strategy manager. “Our new 2021 Transit options help people design the recreational vehicles of their dreams and help enable our commercial customers to more efficiently deliver goods and services across the country.”

A new Parcel Delivery Package for 2021 Transit offers improved access to the cargo area. The manual parking brake on the floor by the driver’s seat has been replaced in all Transit vans up to 9,500 pounds GVWR by an electronic parking brake, creating a 50 percent wider clear aisle between the front seats.

New for the 2021 model year, all Ford Transit vans up to 9,500 pounds GVWR have a 50 percent wider clear aisle between the front seats, making access to the cargo area easier than ever for hardworking drivers.New for the 2021 model year, all Ford Transit vans up to 9,500 pounds GVWR have a 50 percent wider clear aisle between the front seats, making access to the cargo area easier than ever for hardworking drivers.

An optional center console with right-side shifter further improves walkthrough and offers more than 7 inches of additional driver legroom. The overhead shelf is now optional, providing more clearance when standing.

The Parcel Delivery Package adds 50/50 hinged rear doors featuring a wide 253-degree opening and full interior lighting to facilitate early morning and late evening deliveries. The armrests have been eliminated from both the driver and passenger seats to further improve cargo access.

The new Livery Package serves the premium transportation market with a ready-made configuration focused on comfort and style. Available for Transit passenger van XLT, the Livery Package includes 10-way power seats finished in ebony leather seating surfaces for all passengers, power sliding side door, HID headlamps, full privacy glass and 16-inch silver wheels.

A honeycomb mesh grille is standard on all 2021 Transit models. Production begins this fall at Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo, Missouri.

Three new and improved RV option packages include the updated Transit Motorhome Prep Package for cutaway, the new RV Prep Package for cargo van and a new Adventure Prep Package for cargo or crew van.

A number of design refinements make walking from the front of a 2021 Transit van to the rear more efficient for delivery drivers and vacationers alike. The manual parking brake on the floor by the driver’s seat has been replaced in all Transit vans up to 9,500 pounds GVWR by an electronic parking brake, creating a 50 percent wider clear aisle between the front seats. The overhead storage shelf is now optional, providing more clearance when standing.A number of design refinements make walking from the front of a 2021 Transit van to the rear more efficient for delivery drivers and vacationers alike. The manual parking brake on the floor by the driver’s seat has been replaced in all Transit vans up to 9,500 pounds GVWR by an electronic parking brake, creating a 50 percent wider clear aisle between the front seats. The overhead storage shelf is now optional, providing more clearance when standing. A new Parcel Delivery Package focuses on the needs of an industry seeing incredible growth. It builds on the improved walkthrough features made standard on 2021 Transit and adds 50/50 hinged rear doors featuring a wide 253-degree opening and full interior lighting to facilitate early morning and late evening deliveries.A new Parcel Delivery Package focuses on the needs of an industry seeing incredible growth. It builds on the improved walkthrough features made standard on 2021 Transit and adds 50/50 hinged rear doors featuring a wide 253-degree opening and full interior lighting to facilitate early morning and late evening deliveries.