We heard yesterday that the new Ford Mustang Mach E was going to be officially unveiled this Sunday during a live event, but with fans from the Mach E Forum excitedly digging for more information, they stumbled across a gold mine.
All the details have been exposed, including the variants within the range, performance, and more about its electric range and charging. Albeit only for the US market, let’s dig in to the car that could change the face of Ford.
The ‘Select’ trim will be the cheapest base model with a price of $45,895 (approximately £34,000 at current exchange rate) and not including the $7,500 Federal Electrics Drive Motor Vehicle Tax Credit. Range is an estimated 230 miles on the RWD version, however AWD will be available, too. The latter will yield a mid 5-second 0-60mph acceleration time. Both RWD and AWD models will come with 18″ wheels.
Ford says, “An excellent starting point, this we;;-equipped model comes with standard Ford Co-Pilot360 2.0 and Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist 2.0.”
First Edition Trim
The limited run of First Edition cars will have an estimated 270 miles of range, a mid 5-second 0-60 time, and will only come as AWD with 19″ wheels. Prices will start at $59,000, not including the tax credit.
Ford says. “This limited edition will feature three exterior colors including an exclusive Grabber Blue Metallic body color, unique interior contrast stitching, First Edition scuff plates, brushed aluminium pedals and red brake calipers, it own’t last long.”
Starting at $50,600, not including the tax credit, this model will have an estimated range of 300 miles for the RWD variant, a mid 5-second 0-60mph time, and will be available in both RWD and AWD. It comes with 19″ wheels.
Ford says, “This model lives up to its name, featuring an array of premium technology, luxury and performance.”
California Route 1 Trim
Starting at $52,400, not including the tax credit, this trim will have a range of 300 miles, a mid 6-second 0-60 time, and RWD, with 18″ wheels.
Ford says, “Named for its cruise-worthy engineering, this rear-wheel-drive model with extended range battery will arrive with a targeted EPA-estimated range of 300 miles.”
At a price of $60,500, not including the tax credit, this car will be the performance trim of choice. Its range is low at 235 miles with AWD, but 60mph will come in the mid 3-second mark. It will also have 20″ wheels.
ford says, “Pure torque-drenched exhilaration meets performance-inspired design. This Pony earns ever inch of its GT badge.”
Trim Options Overview
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