There are a number of different power options and specs available for the Mach-E, from the standard 75.7-kWh battery and rear-wheel drive iteration offering 255 BHP and 306 lb-ft of torque, to the range-leading Mustang Mach-E GT and GT Performance Edition.
Each of these delivers 459 BHP and 612 lb-ft of torque, with the GT Performance Edition aiming for a 0-60 MPH time in the mid-3-seconds range. Keeping in tune with the sporting heritage of the Mustang lineage, customers will be able to equip Brembo’s all-new performance Flexira aluminum calipers and can experience the full potential of the all-new car with help from a suspension system similar to that found in high-end performance Mustangs.
Ford is aiming for 230 miles of range on the standard edition, 210 miles on the all-wheel-drive variant — which can adjust torque output at the front and rear for better handling — and with a long-range 98.8-kWh battery pack, Ford estimates the rear-wheel-drive offering will achieve at least 300 miles.
Outside, the Mach-E echoes a number of Mustang design elements with its bulbous fenders, triple-bar tail lights and poised headlights. Its front hood receives a lightly-sculpted finish, while its rear is reflective of the current Mustang offerings. Prices will start at $43,895 USD for the standard edition, while the range-topping GT will command $60,500 USD before taxes and charges.
Take a look at the Ford Mustang Mach-E in the gallery above, and find out more about how to purchase one for yourself via Ford’s website and dealerships for a late-2020 delivery.
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