We’re already in 2021 and the Ford Mustang Mach E a few months before his commercial career began and he sees the Tesla Model Y as his main competitor. Ford’s electric Crossover SUV was unveiled in November 2019 and sales began at the end of 2020.
It has a battery with a total capacity of 98.7 kWh but 88 kWh is available for the user. The electrical autonomy of the Mach-E ER AWD according to WLTP measurement is at 540 km (335 miles). It has two electric motors (one per axle) with a total combined power of 258 kW (351 PS) while for 0-100 it does so in 5.1 seconds and has a top speed of 180 km (111 mph).
In the video below from YouTube channel Alex on Autos, you can see a autonomy test of the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach E. What should be seen in Ford’s new electric Crossover is the actual autonomy over standard measurements. It should also be compared to the direct rival where the Tesla Model Y is, and as you already know this model is extremely efficient in energy management.
Description from YouTube channel Alex on Autos :
When Ford released the range figures on the Mach E, some started scratching their head. How is it that the Mach E, with 88kWh of energy on tap got a lower rating than a Model Y? This begs the question: How far can it really go? In my last test of the Model Y I managed 225 miles of range, can Ford best that?