Ford has revealed the full details of all the new Mustang Mach-E battery-electric crossover, including the two battery sizes, two drivetrain options, and a particular launch version.
The range will open with standard Mach-E in rear-wheel drive with a choice of 75kWh / 254bhp or 99kWh / 281bhp drivetrain.
The former has an estimated 280-mile driving range available, while the 99kWh option distributes around 370 miles. If he translates on the road, it is imposing – it is not for the other BEVs we know.
The torque in this model is limited to 306lb feet, which helps it achieve the most extended range of any Mach-E. Its more expensive sibling is the AWD version with 429lb feet from the same 75kWh / 254bhp driveline in the 20-mile range.
The AWD car can be specified with a 99kWh / 332bhp flagship power combination, which is good for 335 estimated miles on a WLTP cycle.
All the batteries will be guaranteed for eight years or 100,000 miles, but we do not yet know how much damage will result in performance over time.
Mach-E will be quick enough to impress buyers. The basic model will crack the 0-62mph sprint in less than eight seconds for both models, while the AWD car does it in less than seven.
Those numbers are still to be confirmed, but the top speed for all match-es will be 111mph. The GT version, which hit 62mph in less than five seconds, will reach summer 2021.
Charging can be done via domestic AC input if you have a full week of waiting. It is better to order a Ford Connected 11kW Wallbox for an overnight charge.
In the public sector, the Mach-E can take up to 150kW of DC input (130kW for a 75kWh battery pack) which gives you a 10 per cent to 80 per cent charge increase in 38 minutes (75kWh) or 45 minutes (99kWh).
The entry curb weight for the car will sit just under two tonnes for the model and only 2.2 tonnes for the heaviest – the exclusive Mustang Mach-E First Edition, virtually every single AWD loaded with optional extras and the most powerful output.
Car standard. It is 4712 mm length, 1881 mm width and 1597 mm height is similar to a regular car, making it around 15 cm shorter and about 11 cm longer than the Mondeo – known as the Fusion in the US.
It’s unclear whether these technologies will be standard on all models. Still, Ford tells us the 15.5-inch Tesla-style central touch-screen interface, similar to the one-pedal drive capability that already exists on the existing Nissan Leaf, 100- Appears.
Litre frunk and the convenience of using your smartphone as a key. Better hope you don’t lose your phone.
The handi is powered tailgate and can immobilize the car through the app if stolen remotely. Amazon Alexa functionality, a Three sixty-degree camera suite and all-common security system to keep you out of lanes and hedges.
The affordable trim sits on 18-inch alloys instead of Grade 19 and does not feature full LED headlights, 8-way electric memory front seats or – gasp – red brake callipers.
Opt for the first version, and you’ll get a full-length panoramic glass roof, powered tailgate, 10-speaker Bang and Olufsen stereo and trim-specific colour options. Grabber Blue Metallic.
Other colour options are business-fancy boring; One is black, two white, one silver and one grey, perforated with at least one blue and one red, one of which is known to have been from a leak the previous week.
However, we know that this order will only be possible through an online portal.