Mustang Mach-E


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The Mach-E will initially be offered in five versions called Select, Premium, California Route 1, First Edition and GT at base prices ranging from $43,895 to $60,500 before tax credits are applied. Ford will begin taking $500 refundable deposits on Sunday, November 17, 2019 with deliveries to start in late 2020 and early 2021, depending on the trim level.

The compact utility vehicle will come in a variety rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive configurations along with two battery packs (standard range and extended range) that will provide between 230 and 300 miles of driving between charges. Power for the various models is stated to be from 255 hp-333 hp and 306 lb-ft-429 lb-ft of torque. 

According to Ford, the entry-level rear-wheel-drive Select with the standard battery pack is targeting 230 miles of range and a  0-60 mph acceleration time under seven seconds, while the top of the line all-wheel-drive GT with extended battery can go an estimated 235 miles per charge and hit 60 mph in the mid-3 second range. That means the GT is nearly as quick as Shelby GT500 and on par with the performance version of the upcoming Tesla Model Y, which has a range of 280 miles.

The Mach-E models with the longest 300-mile range will be the rear-wheel-drive, extended range battery versions of the Premium and California Route 1, the latter priced at $52,400. Ford says the Mach-E can be recharged at a rate of 47 miles worth of electricity in 10 minutes at a DC fast charging station.