2021 Transit Connect

SMART

TECHNOLOGY FOR CONFIDENCE ON THE ROAD.

The Transit Connect Cargo Van offers a wide range of available technologies to help you be aware of your surroundings and ever-changing traffic conditions.10  From the driveway to the highway, the available Ford Co-Pilot360 driver-assist technologies help keep you connected and confident as you take to the road and move your business forward.
2021 Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van with aftermarket business graphics being driven on a city road

FORD CO-PILOT 360

Ford Co-Pilot360 is an advanced suite of driver-assist technologies that includes BLIS® with Cross-Traffic Alert, Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, Auto High-Beam Headlamps, Lane-Keeping System and Rear View Camera. Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van also makes additional technology available that is designed to help keep you in command, from the driveway to the highway.10

WIRELESS CHARGING

For compatible devices, an available wireless inductive phone charger* lets you charge your phone by just setting it down. This means no more struggling with ports, plugs or charging cables.
*Available Qi wireless charging may not be compatible with all mobile phones.
Interior of 2021 Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van showing available technology
Available Ford Pass Connect app shown on screen of smartphone

FORDPASS CONNECT WITH 4G LTE WI-FI HOTSPOT

With FordPass Connect,5 Ford owners and passengers can enjoy an available 4G LTE in-vehicle Wi-Fi hotspot, powered by AT&T. Up to 10 devices can connect at once, and you can use FordPass to keep track of your Wi-Fi data usage. You can access the hotspot up to 50 feet outside the vehicle. Now you can stay connected, even as you roam the highways.9
2021 Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van in Silver being driven on a city street

ECOMODE AND ECOCOACH

With the standard 2.0L engine, EcoMode and EcoCoach monitor fuel economy and encourage eco-conscious driving behaviors.
Front view of 2021 Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van in Silver

FORWARD AND REVERSE SENSING SYSTEMS

If your vehicle is in Drive and moving slowly, the Forward Sensing System10  will sound a high-pitched beeping tone if something is there in front of you. The beeps will become more rapid as you approach an object, and within 12 inches they become a solid tone. The sensors turn off when you put your vehicle in Park or Neutral. The Reverse Sensing System works the same way using sensors in the rear bumper.

SIDE-WIND STABILIZATION SYSTEM

Standard side-wind stabilization technology39  is designed to help reduce driver stress while operating a vehicle in high winds. The system monitors sensors and, if a strong wind gust is detected, it carefully applies the brakes on one side to help the driver stay in his/her lane. It works alongside Roll Stability Control on slippery surfaces – to help avoid skids, lateral slides and potential vehicle rollovers.
2021 Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van in Silver being driven on an expressway ramp