2024 Ford Transit Highlights

Leisure Travel Vans
All articles Close
Combining superior design and innovative functionality, 2025 Wonder models will be built on the 2024 Ford Transit chassis, offering an impressive set of features, including Remote Start, SYNC® 4, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Intersection Assist.

Please Note: Due to ongoing supply constraints, some Ford Transit features listed in this post may not be available on all chassis.

With features such as a twin-turbocharged 3.5L EcoBoost® V6, advanced driver-assist technology, and optional Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, Wonder owners will be taking to the road with new levels of driving confidence.

The 2025 Wonder Class C will be built on the 2024 Ford Transit 350 Cutaway with a GVWR of 11,000 lbs. The Transit’s twin-turbocharged 3.5L EcoBoost® V6 puts out an impressive 310 horsepower and 400 foot•pounds of torque. The engine features direct injection and auto start-stop technology paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. Moreover, the 2024 Ford Transit will remain available with optional Intelligent-All-Wheel-Drive. Other chassis features include electric power-assisted steering (EPAS), four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, and a 25 U.S. Gallon fuel tank.



The new generation of SYNC® 4 gives you control of the innovative tech already in your Transit. The 12-inch multi-function display connects you to the world outside your Leisure Travel Van and supports Apple Car Play and Android Auto, AM/FM radio, and Bluetooth. For more information on updated technology, visit Ford’s website.)

Image and information source: (Chassis may not be exactly as shown.)

Remote Start

The Remote Start feature makes it easier for drivers to warm up or cool the cabin before entering. Remotely start your chassis using either the key fob or the FordPass mobile app. This updated feature adds to Ford’s effort to provide solutions for everyday needs.

Ford Co-Pilot360™

With Ford Co-Pilot360™ technology, safety is a cornerstone of the 2024 Transit. Below is an overview of some of the active safety features that come standard on the Wonder’s Ford Transit chassis, as described by Ford.

Adaptive Cruise Control*

Adaptive Cruise Control is an enhanced version of your standard cruise control. It allows the driver to set a cruising speed and distance from the vehicle in front of you. When traffic slows down; you automatically do too, and when traffic picks back up, you resume your preset speed and distance.

Available Adaptive Cruise Control on the 2024 Ford Transit. Source:

Intersection Assist*

Intersection Assist is part of Ford Co-Pilot360™ techology helps drivers navigate intersections especially when making left turns when other vehicles are around. It uses cameras and sensors to spot dangers whether it’s oncoming cars or pedestrians. If the chassis suspects a potential crash, it warns the driver with alerts and in some models applies the brakes. It’s all about keeping drivers and passengers safe when crossing busy roads.

Forward Collision Warning*

This system can alert you if it senses a potential collision with a vehicle in front of you. A display flashes on the windshield and provides an audible warning. If you don’t react in time, the brakes will pre-charge and increase brake-assist sensitivity to provide full responsiveness when you do brake.

Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB)*

This standard feature can help reduce the severity of, and possibly eliminate, a collision with a vehicle directly in front of you. The system can detect a potential collision and provide audio and visual warnings. Automatic emergency braking can even apply the brakes if necessary.

Post-Collision Braking*

This standard driver-assist feature can potentially lessen the severity of a secondary collision by automatically applying moderate brake pressure when an initial collision event is detected.

Lane-Keeping System*

The standard Lane-Keeping System can help you stay in your lane, even during a moment of distraction. This smart feature scans your vehicle’s position between the lines in the road ahead and can alert you if you’re starting to edge out of your lane. Having trouble staying on track? After you’ve drifted a few times, you’ll see a coffee cup icon, letting you know it’s time to take a break.

Source: Ford

Auto High-Beam Headlamps*

You might not think of manually turning your high beams on or off every time you need to. That’s why the driver-activated Auto High-Beam Headlamps is so helpful—it can do that for you, automatically. When you’re on a dark road with no traffic, the high beams come on. But when a vehicle is approaching with headlamps on or traveling ahead with taillamps visible, the system will dim to low beams to reduce glare.

Source: Ford

Other notable safety and security features include an anti-theft system with engine immobilizer, a post-crash alert system, tire pressure monitoring system, and side wind stabilization.

*Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle. Please see Ford’s website for additional information.

Leisure Travel Vans

Related Posts