Ford joins the electric market with their offering of the Mustang Mach E
With a starting price of just over £41,000, the Mustang Mach-E range is split into rear- or all-wheel-drive models, each offering Standard or Extended Range set-ups with usable battery capacities of 68kWh and 88kWh respectively.
Power outputs range from 265bhp for the Standard Range cars, through to the 290bhp RWD Extended Range model and the top-of-the-range AWD Extended Range version with 346bhp.
An entry-level 265bhp Mustang Mach-E buys you a rear-wheel drive model with a 68kWh usable battery and a single electric motor. 0-62mph is taken care of in 6.9s, with all cars in the range limited to a top speed of 111mph.
The Standard Range RWD and AWD models are able to achieve up to 248 and 273 miles respectively.
The Mustang Mach-E’s battery is located under the floor of the car, which allows for maximum cargo and passenger space.
Its streamlined dashboard hosts an attractive digital gauge cluster and is dominated by a huge vertically mounted touchscreen. The front trunk is made of durable plastics that can be rinsed and then drained, The Mach-E has 29 cubic feet of cargo space behind the rear seats, and up to 60 with the back seats folded.
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