Not everyone is excited about the idea of an electric Ford Mustang crossover, but the Mustang Mach-E definitely happens. If you are one of the naysayers, you might like it better if you see all the photos and technical data – which you will do in a moment.
Someone from Ford has published a seemingly early version of the reservation website for the Mustang Mach E 2020 late Thursday night, which was made public by the residents of Mach-E Forum (19459003) (19459004).
The site is reporting vehicle reach estimates, toll estimates, and a target time of 0 to 60 miles per hour for customers who will not be available until the end of 2020.
The website went down very fast when we wrote this post, but this is not our first rodeo. We took screenshots.
We expect the final specifications to change between now and the actual debut of the car, and that the information you will see could be placeholders. The Mach E is available in five designs, starting at just $ 43,895 for the Select model. From there it goes to the premium price of $ 50,600, to California Route 1 of $ 52,400, to the limited first edition of $ 59,900 and finally to the top GT model of $ 60,500
The Mach-E is delivered with rear or four-wheel drive. Ford says the RWD version of the extended reach Mach-E will reach a range of 300 miles, while the GT model with selected options will be able to sprint from 0 to 60 miles per hour in the middle of three seconds. Not bad.
The range is estimated to be 270 miles for the first edition, 230 miles for the GT and Select, and 300 miles for the others. Not bad either The superclass only seems to be AWD.
Interestingly, the website states that the car can reach a range of 76 km in just 10 minutes of charging time. It's still not quite as practical as refueling gas, but considering that most electric vehicles are charged overnight at home, it's a good time to bring home the last few miles when you need them.
Also inside: two large digital displays, especially a tablet screen in the Tesla Style on the center console.
That's a wider choice of vehicles than we expected, but it all seems to be the right price for the job. Maybe this Mustang-inspired electric SUV will not be the end of the world.