According to the Mach-E site, it is scheduled to debut in late 2020, but you may have to wait until 2021 for the GT version. The base Select model starts at about $ 43k before jumping to Premium, then California Route 1, then the $ 59,900 limited edition, and finally the top of the linear GT model, which costs about $ 60k.
For this you go up to 300 miles with extended battery, while the GT model shrinks to 235 miles with a tweak of performance and 20-inch wheels. The base selection model handles RWD and an approximate range of 230 miles. The fastest versions are expected to take an "average 3 seconds" of 0-60 MPH time, while the battery can add 47 miles of charge in about 1