The vehicle, which is aimed at the one-tonne van segment, will be built by Ford Otosan, the company's joint venture in Turkey.
In a statement, the company said the E-Transit Custom would join the Escape plug-in hybrid which is expected in showrooms this month and the E-Transit which is expected later this year.
“The E-Transit Custom is exactly the kind of versatile, practical van business customers are looking for, with the benefit of zero-emissions efficiency,” said Andrew Birkic, president and chief executive, Ford Australia and New Zealand.
The E-Transit Custom will offer fill towing capability and DC fast charging, and have intelligent software and connectivity tools.
Ford Australia said it expected to be able to release more details about the E-Transit Custom in the second half of 2023.