In particular the 2021 Mustang Mach-E. If this name sounds familiar, it's because it's a Mach 1 game that Ford had been expecting to celebrate in the 1960s at the beginning of its original heyday.
Well, in a completely different world, Mach-E. It has four doors, an SUV shape and is purely electric.
"One thing people thought about electrics was that they were a rational purchase, that's really not true, if we have a thing about this first generation of electric cars, early users want really good products," said Jim Farley
. Ford may not have been the first on the modern electric car segment, but they have introduced the Mach E on a hangar at Hawthorne Airport in a big way. [1
So this is the right direction for the Mustang?
"If you think it's not going to work for everyone when it comes to a coupe, now that it's an electric vehicle SUV, a market like Los Angeles may suddenly get new customers," said Jessica Caldwell , Insights analyst at Edmunds. com.
Ford wants to make it clear that the Mach-E will be a Mustang, not the Mustang. They have no plans to stop building the so beloved two-door with internal combustion.
"No, I think that's the cool thing about this car, if anything they're spared, because we have this one totally clean too." Ford's Jim Farley.
They are currently accepting orders to be delivered by the end of 2020.
And when you go to the LA Auto Show to see the new electric Mustang, here's something to put things in perspective. The LA Convention Center opened in 1971, and since then the auto show has been held there.
At that time, the hottest car in the Ford display was the Mustang Mach 1. Nearly 50 years later, in the same building Ford's display, now called West Hall, will incorporate the Mustang Mach-E. A completely different car in every way.
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