Ford has been the best topic of discussion these days, with the Bronco hype continuing the company has been intentionally teasing their announced off-road icon, then about the return of the legendary Mach1. When this wasn’t all, they brought up a nasty smoker, a 1400-hp Mustang Mach-E.
The Mach-E was launched as the electric version of Mustang, which radically slept after launch. The real Mustang lovers missed the throttle roar, and the fire breathing V8s. And the Mach-E remained a comfortable slow rider. But now the company has come out with a beasty, 1400-hp version for Mach-E. The project combined three entities which include Ford, RTR, and Ford Performance. The result is a howling electric sport crossover that has more electric motors than the wheels.
The electric crossover sporty version of Mach-E fits in seven motors, Three of them are connected to the front axle differential through a single driveshaft. The other four are obviously on the rear axle, following the same arrangement of the three front motors. That would enable not only the high output but also a “huge range of adjustability.”
The battery pack is not that big: only 56.8 kWh, with NMC pouch cells. Its cooling system, which uses a dielectric coolant, was designed to work while the car charges. The video on the official youtube channel of the company stars the 1400hp Mach-E doing everything a drift car or a fin ride is all about. The extreme electric crossover is joined by other members of the Ford Performance family, including Ken Block and his Hoonigan Mustang, a 2019 Ford NASCAR Mustang, a 2020 Ford Mustang GT350R, and a 2020 Ford Mustang RTR. It’s a cool video for a cool car.