Ford's Mustang Mach E electric crossover SUV opened in Los Angeles tonight before the LA Motor Show. Electrek is at the event and will give you full coverage of everything you need to know about the car here.
(Update: This article previously stated that the live stream will start at 6:30 PM – the stream starts at 5:50 PM while reservations go live at 6:30 PM.]  Although we already know most of the specifications of the Mustang Mach E due to the leak on the Ford website on Thursday, we are required to find out some new things in the event.
In particular, we already know that the car will start at $ 36,000 ($ 43,895 minus $ 7,500 federal tax credits), though the premium and first-edition models that start in late 2020 will they are more expensive ($ 50.6k and $ 59.9k pre-incentive). Other models launch in early 2021
The Mach E will have a 0-60 performance between 3-6 seconds depending on options and will have 230-300 miles of all-electric range. It will charge at a maximum speed of ~ 47 miles every 10 minutes on a 150 kW DC charger.
We also know what the car will look like. After testing the mules, then rendering, then spy shots, the leak on Ford's website finally showed us a true look at the car without camouflage, and even saw some real-life photos hidden by a leaking press video.
However, there are a few remaining questions: how big is the Mustang Mach E compared to other crossover SUVs? How effective is it and what exactly is the charging speed? And finally, where the hell are the door handles?
These questions and more will be answered tonight in the Ford lineup that you can see here. Live at 5:50 PM PST / 8: 50EST:
We will follow along with the livestream and update this page with everything interesting that is happening in the stream or the event. Reload this Page for more information as the event unfolds.
We'll also have our own car articles and videos that we'll link below as they go live:
Ford plans to start rebuilding $ 500 reservations for the Mustang Mach E tonight at 6:30PST / 9 : 30EST, immediately after broadcast. We will add the link when we receive it.
Ford is finally taking electricity seriously and seems to be doing it in a big way. Mach E is one of the few cars designed from the beginning with specifications that appear to challenge Tesla directly with a fast, capable, well-designed electric car at a reasonable price and launching in the same market at about the same time. We are very excited to see how it all turns out.
What do you think about Mustang Mach E so far? Let us know in the comments below throughout the day and while the stream goes live.
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