This must be the first action shot of the new Ford Mustang Mach-E, but a one-off. The production Mach-E will have a much more mild styling and on the higher trim levels, it appears it will have 459 horsepower, far short of the 1400hp this vehicle is supposed to produce.
How Much is the Ford Mustang Mach-E?
Price and Trim Packages
The Ford Mach-E is expected to start out at $43,895 with a few trim levels, topping out with the GT Package at $60,500. These prices are before the eligible $7500 federal tax credit in the US. Prices were from Ford’s website at the time of this article.
|California Route 1||$51,800|
California Route 1
This is a quote directly from Ford’s site, I’m still not clear what the “California Route 1” package actually entails other than being rear wheel drive with an anticipated 300 miles of range per charge.
The freedom of the open road is ever-present in a California Route 1. This signature rear-wheel-drive model was designed for stamina on the road; standard with the extended range battery for a targeted EPA-estimated range of 300 miles.Source: https://www.ford.com/suvs/mach-e/2021/#innovative-features
Battery Packs and Range
The extended range, RWD version of the Mach E is expected to have a 300 mile per charge EPA rating. Depending on the model, there are two battery packs available. One with 68 kWh’s, while the the larger one will have a useable 88 kWh.
Mustang Mach-E Charging
The Mach-E will have J1772 CCS combo charging. This will allow for charging at Level 1 or Level 2 for J1772 and a faster 440v quick charging on the CCS system. Ford claims they will have the largest charging network in North America.
You can currently place a pre-order for the Ford Mustang Mach-E through Ford’s website. https://www.ford.com/suvs/mach-e/2021/
At the Drag Strip
Here’s a short clip of the Mach-E 1400 burning some rubber at the track.