Ford Mach-E debuts in Europe, keeps the controversial ‘Mustang’ moniker
Ford has premiered its new all-electric SUV, the ‘Mustang’ Mach-E, in London, Great Britain. Let us see what the European spec has of interest.
Out on the street, you can tell it from the U.S. spec by its different DRL patterns and the black bezel around the faux front grille. As for the tech, customers have a choice of three configurations: Mach-E RWD, Mach-E AWD, and Mach-E First Edition (the names are self-explanatory). In its simplest version, the EV packs a single 258-hp (192-kW) engine and a 75.7-kWh battery that gives it 450 kilometers of range (280 miles). The mid-range spec raises the power to 285 hp (213 kW) and the range to 600 km (373 mi). both come rear-axle driven. The top spec has 338 hp (252 kW) and AWD.
Sprint times vary from seven to eight seconds depending on your chosen configuration, but the top speed stays capped at 180 km/h (112 mph) no matter what.
First Edition buyers will benefit from a luxed-up interior trim and the range-topping AWD spec mentioned above.
First shipments will be made in the fourth quarter of 2020.
Editor Andrew Raspopov