Not everyone is keen on the idea of a Ford Mustang electric crossover, but definitely the Mustang Mach-E happens anyway. If you are one of the newest people, you might like it better when you see all the pictures and specifications – what to do next.
Someone from Ford is posting what appears to be an early version of the reservation site for the 2020 Mustang Mach E late Thursday night, which was introduced to us by the people inhabiting the Mach-E Forum .
The site has estimates of range, charging estimates and target time from 0 to 60 mph for a car that will not be available to customers until the end of 2020.
The site went down very fast as we wrote this post, but this is not our first rodeo. We took screenshots. Although we fully expect the final features to change between now and the actual debut of the car, and that the information you'll see may be some kind of placeholder, here's what we know: Mach E comes in five trims.
, starting at a low of $ 43,895 Select model. From there, it goes to Premium to $ 50,600, to California Route 1 at $ 52,400, the limited First Edition of $ 59,900, and finally ends with the top GT model at $ 60,500.
All prices are before federal tax credit from $ 7500.
The Mach-E comes with rear or wheel drive. Ford says the Mach-E extended-range RWD version will be able to reach 300 miles, while the GT model with select options will be able to hit a sprint in the middle of three seconds from 0 to 60 mph. Not bad at all. The range is estimated at 270 miles for the first edition, about 230 for GT and Select, and then 300 for the rest. Not bad either. The cars above seem to be AWD only.
Interestingly, the site says that the car will be able to gain 47 miles of range in just 10 minutes of charging. It's still not as convenient as refueling, but given that most EV recharges are made at night, it's a good time to recharge to get the last few miles home if you need to this.
Also Inside: Two Large Digital Displays, Mostly A Tablet Screen in the Tesla style of the center console.
It's a bigger set of vehicles than we expected, but it all seems like the right price for the job. Maybe this Mustang-inspired all-terrain vehicle won't be the end of the world after all.