Mustang Mach-1 was revealed earlier from Sunday as scheduled, after it was fully leaked through the official site
As far as the exterior design is concerned, it has a closed grille, LED luminaires, illuminated logo and inside we find simple design, with a 10.2 “digital instrument panel and a vertically positioned 15.5” touchscreen in the center of the dashboard, where it is controlled All the functions of the car, the air conditioning and the information and entertainment system.
The Ford Mustang Mach E will have a rear-wheel drive version but most of the options will be AWD, with the Select version featuring an electric motor that delivers 255 horsepower and 415 Nm of torque, having a 230 miles autonomy (370 km) per charge and 0-100 km/h to do so in about 5.5 seconds.
The Select four-wheel version delivers 255 horses with 582 Nm of torque. The Premium version has 300 miles (483 km) of autonomy and 0-100 km/h in about 5.5 seconds.
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The electric autonomy of the California Route 1 version is 300 miles (483 km) per charge. It is RWD and delivers 282 horses with 415 Nm of torque, with 0-100 km/h to make them in about 6.5 seconds. First Edition has 270 miles (435 km) of autonomy, is four-wheel drive with 333 horses and 582 Nm of torque and makes 0-100 km/h in about 5.5 seconds.
The top GT version is four-wheel drive, has a autonomy of 235 miles (378 km), with 0-100 km/h to do so in about 3.5 seconds. The batteries of Mustang Mach E using a fast charger, can gain autonomy of 47 miles (76 km) within 10 minutes of charging.
The Crossover coupe Mach-1 is offered in five equipment versions with the Select version starting from $43,895, Premium from $50,600, California Route 1 from $52,400, First Edition from $59,900 and GT from $60,500. These prices are pre-7,500 USD discount offered by the U.S. government.