Expectations for the new 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E are high. The car was first shown to journalists about a year ago, and Ford has since released a wealth of information about the car. The new Mustang Mach-E will offer over-the-air software updates, Ford's latest infotainment system SYNC4 and three different driving modes.
Initially, the new 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E all-electric SUV car will be sold in four versions:
RWD Standard Range 56.782 euros for up to 440 km range
RWD Long Range 64.190 euros for up to 610 km range
AWD Standard Range 63.684 euros for up to 400 km range
AWD Long Range 72.546 euros for up to 540 km range.
The customers who are really fast with ordering their car are expected to be able to have it delivered already in the spring of 2021. Ford expects high demand in connection with the start of sales.
While the Ford Mustang Mach-E has been developed, it has also undergone some changes and been adapted in different ways for different parts of the world. Ford engineers have managed to give the car a distinct, European feel.
The European roads are typically narrower and more winding than in other parts of the world, and this places demands on the response of the steering, supported by special settings in the suspension shock absorbers, springs and anti-roll bars. Even the tires have been specially selected to provide an optimal balance between grip and comfort on the region's many different road conditions and weather conditions.
Extensive tests of charging times and range have also been performed. In addition, charging times have been improved by almost 30%.