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Electric Ford Mustang SUV - Ford Mach-E Reveal & Details
The new 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E has been revealed! You read that right. Not only is this the first Ford Mustang SUV, it's also an electric vehicle. The Ford Mach-E may sound surprising, but so is the performance. In this video, Alistair Weaver gets up close to this radical new electric SUV from Ford and explores its technical details and design.
Putting the Mustang name aside, the Mach-E presents a very appealing take on an electric SUV. It offers the range, power and forward-thinking a vehicle like this needs to step ahead of the herd.
The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E is the first Ford to be designed specifically as an electric vehicle. There will be no gas-powered version or even a hybrid. It will be offered with a choice of two battery packs and either rear- or all-wheel drive. The latter employs two electric motors, driving the front and rear wheels, respectively.
Customers will be able to prioritize either electric range or performance. The entry-level rear-wheel-drive car with the smaller (75.7-kWh) battery pack should be good for a range of 230 miles. For those seeking the greatest flexibility, Ford is offering the bizarrely named California Route One variant with a larger (98.8-kWh) battery and the promise of a realistic range in excess of 300 miles.
Storage space is plentiful throughout the cabin, and the Mustang is a proper five-seater with 6-footers able to sit comfortably in tandem. There's considerably more room than you'd find in a similarly sized Porsche Macan, for example.
Complementing the generous passenger space are two trunks. The one in the front (known as a frunk) has enough space for a piece of airline cabin baggage and boasts a drainage function, allowing you to hose it clean or even use it as an impromptu ice chest. The 4.8 cubic feet in the front is supplemented by 29 cubic feet of space in the rear trunk, which should be ample for most family needs.
Attaching the Mustang name to an electric SUV was always going to raise some eyebrows, but at first glance, Ford appears to have cooked up an appealing recipe. We'll reserve judgment until we've driven it, of course, but the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E looks to have the raw ingredients it needs to succeed.
Ford Mustang Mach-E Pricing & Release Date
Debuting in the fall of 2020, it seeks to blend the emotive appeal of the Mustang nameplate with the latest EV technology. Prices will range from around $40,000 and up to about $65,000 depending on options, with the higher-performance GT models arriving in summer 2021.
Read more about the Ford Mustang Mach-E: https://www.edmunds.com/ford/mustang-mach-e/2021/.
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