The photos in print always make the car look more beautiful than it actually is. They are taken from all optimal angles, with just the right lighting, and probably undergo a lot of post-processing. So if you want to know what real life Ford 1945 Mustang Mach-E looks like, you'll want to check out this not-so-glossy missed photo . Update: We already have pictures of the unique door handle and function! -E . The car looks good, with the wheels always rotated just below the right angle, and the light shines still finely on the car glass and sheet.
But what I want to see is how the car looks like photos that were not taken and edited by a professional, which is why this photo was posted on the Ford Mach E Club Forum is so instructive. The car just sits in something that looks like an studio, with a white background and not much else to talk about. His wheels are turned straight, and the overall quality of the photos looks OK, at best.
Updated November 1
I don know nothing about car image. I don't know much about the photo – who made it, when it was made or where it was made – but the Breaking News team from VerticalScope, Inc., which owns the Mach E Club forum, has notified Jalopnik of its existence. We will continue to try to understand the origin of the image and will update this post if we do.
Even in the still image, Mach-E looks pretty good, especially for a crossover. The hood and roofline look aggressive, and the front end emits some vibration on the Mustang while maintaining a distinctive look.
It seems that Ford did a nice job of design. Expect to see a lot more images without the press tomorrow when the car debuts.