It seems that one of Ford has not been careful enough with the upcoming Mustang Mach-E reservation website, as now a bunch of photos and specifications have leaked out three days before the car's official debut. Many on-screen grabs have ended up on the MachEForum.com forum site and now we know a lot more about Ford's first big EV than we had thought.
The screens on the screen contain a lot of information, including Mach E estimates of the range and load time, its MSRP and 0-60 time. In addition, it is said that customers can expect deliveries by the end of 2020. But take it all with a grain of salt: this website could be a substitute for varieties and specifications could change dramatically before its official debut. Don't assume that these numbers represent the last word on Mustang Mach-E.
In this situation, the information seems to coincide with much of the buzz that spreads around the car. According to the expired site, Mach-E will be available in five trims: Select, Premium, California Rt. 1, GT and the first edition. The car's Select version starts at an MSRP of $ 43,895, followed by a Premium of $ 50,600, California Rt. 1 for $ 52,400, limited first version $ 59,900, and GT for $ 60,500. All of these prices are before being included in the $ 7,500 federal EV tax credit.
Depending on the trim, the range can range from 210 miles (Select all-wheel drive) to 300 miles (California Rt. 1 rear-wheel drive). The above cars only look AWD. Either way, this is a very reputable appreciation of the scope that will certainly enable Tesla and other EV graduate students to earn their money. Intriguingly, the leaked images suggest that the Mach-E can add 47 miles of range in 10 minutes of loading.
The interior of the car has two digital displays, one behind the wheel and the other sitting in the middle of the dash, Tesla Model 3-style. The centerpiece appears to be the complete infotainment system, again very much like the Model 3. It will be very interesting to watch Ford engineers and designers dance around the inevitable Tesla questions they will get while showing this car for the first time.
Ford has recently announced the upcoming release of its next-generation Sync 4 entertainment system. As such, the Mach-E touchscreen is probably 15.5 inches, seeing as it's the maximum size supported by Sync 4. All Expected make the 2020 vehicles available with a pre-installed entertainment system.
With regard to the vehicle itself, the traditional combustion engine couplings such as the front grille and the tailpipes have disappeared. But instead of a completely sleek front like the Model 3, the Mach-E has a cutout around the Mustang logo. It almost looks like a baby Mustang trying to push out of the mouth of a larger car. At first glance, it's a bit of a delay and it can take a little.
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