According to Ford the Mustang Mach-E is made and tailored to ideally satisfy and the Europe’s drivers also. Thus, before the electric SUV premiered in the Old Continent, they carried out a series of tests on each terrine in order to make the necessary adjustments to suspension, steering, frame and assistive technologies.
Europe’s narrowest and most winding roads with the highest speed limits require a unique response from the Mustang Mach-E steering. Thus it is supported by special settings for shock absorbers, springs and reversible beams of the suspension system. Even the tires have been carefully selected to ensure the ideal balance between traction and driving comfort in the various road and weather conditions that characterize the area.
Using the 100km-long test tracks of Strommel’s facilities – which simulate a variety of road surfaces, from the cobbled streets of Belgium to the stone French cobbled streets, and in some cases faithfully copy road conditions from countries such as Great Britain, Germany and Spain. Ford engineers have managed to create a distinct feel that meets the demands of Europe’s buyers.
The rolling quality and stability of the Mustang Mach-E are essential when the car is moving at high speeds on European motorways. The assessment of the behavior of Ford’s fully electric model on the journey – as well as the absence of noise inside – was carried out on the German autobahns and on the Lobmel track, where speeds of 220 km/h can be achieved.
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Moreover, the immediacy of the electric motor offers the sporty response that European drivers love. Mustang Mach-E’s all-wheel drive system (AWD) transfers torque independently to both axles for improved acceleration and road behaviour.
It should also be noted that in the extended-range version and rear-wheel drive, the range reaches 610 km, with the battery recovering power for 119 km. Within 10 minutes, numbers that definitely impress.