Previously, Ford launched in the UK the 2021 Mustang Mach-E in European mode. Released information about the curb weight of the EV. Let’s just say that is a pretty heavy thing.
During the British case, Autocar found that the curb weight of the Mustang Mach-E ranged from 1,993 kg (4,394 lbs) to over 2,218 kg (4,890 lbs). Depending on the model. Although weight data for different configurations are not available. It is reasonable to assume that the dual-motor versions are among the heaviest.
For the stock ICE-powered Ford Mustang, the curb weights vary from about 3,520 lbs to 3,800 lbs (1,600 kg to 1,720 kg), making the pony car significantly smaller than the Mach-E.
It’s no wonder, of course, that the all-electric crossover is quite portly as are most EVs. It is worth keeping in mind that due to the floor-mounted battery pack. Much of the weight of the Mach-E is put low so that the heft will not have as significant an effect on handling as it would if a typical Mustang were filled. With 1,000 lbs of bricks throughout its interior and trunk.
The Mustang Mach-E would only be available to European consumers with three power outputs and two battery pack sizes. A variant with a 75 kWh battery and a single 255 HP (259 PS). The electric motor driving the rear wheels would sit at the base of the line.
A step up in the range carries with it a 98.8 kWh battery and a 286 HP (290 PS), electric rear engine. Two all-wheel-drive, twin-motor versions will be available. The first had a 75 kWh battery and 286 HP (290 PS). While the range-topper uses a 98.8 kWh battery and produces 332 HP (337 PS). The Mach-E GT platform with 459 HP (465 PS) will come at a later date.
Previously, Ford launched in the UK the 2021 Mustang Mach-E in European mode and released information on the curb weight of the EV. Let’s just say it is pretty heavy.