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Ford is creating the buzz with its electric vehicle in the iconic Mustang range.
Classy, powerful and spacious inside, the Mustang Mach-E comes with loads of technology, has an impressive driving range and delivers all that at a price tag that is less likely to hurt the budget.
The 2021 Mustang Mach-E is the first crossover from the house of Ford. It was inspired and named after the company’s legendary pony car. The Mach-E is also believed to pay tribute to the “Mach 1” title that was used for high-performance old Mustangs. Ford admitted that the “name” was required to make their electrified crossover as describable as a Tesla’s range of electric vehicles.
Powered by two available battery sizes and either rear-or all-wheel drive, Ford claims that the Mach-E can provide up to 300 miles of driving range. Talking about the interiors of the car, it is meant for five passengers and features sophisticated infotainment options as well as cargo and storage solutions.
The 2021 Mach-E is expected to go on sale in late 2020.
Can the Car Fit Your Budget?
Many car enthusiasts are eager to get this car in their garage. The new Mustang Mach E is available in five pricing ranges given below…
• Select: $44,995
• Premium: $51,700
• California Route 1: $53,500
• First Edition: $61,000
• GT: $61,600
According to the trade pundits, the Premium model is expected to deliver 300 miles of driving range when combined with the extended-range battery and rear-wheel drive. Compared with the base model, it has the more efficient fast-charging capability, a Band and Olufsen sound system, a wide sunroof, a power liftgate, and 19-inch wheels.
What to Expect from Engine, Transmission, and Performance?
The 2021 Mustang Mach-E comes with either a standard-range (75.7 kWh) battery or an extended range (98.8 kWh) pack.
Ford claims about the latter combination that it will raise the speed of the car from zero to 60 mph in less than four seconds. Less powerful models deliver between 255 and 332 horse and between 306 and 417 lb-ft. The Mach-E rides on wheels ranging in size from 18 to 20 inches.
How the Battery will Perform?
Ford claims that the Mustang Mach E has the largest charging network across the USA and Canada with 12,000 stations. Every version of Mach-E is available with a Ford mobile charger that can add up to 30 miles of range per night with a 120-V outlet and up to 80% of battery life overnight with a 240 V outlet.
What to Expect from Fuel Economy?
The range-topping Mustang Mach-E (rear-wheel drive) ensures an EPA estimated range of 300 miles. The all-wheel-drive version with the extended battery boasts a driving range of 210 miles.
What to Know about Infotainment and Connectivity?
The car enhances the driver’s experience with machine learning. The Mach-E has the support for three driver profiles and one guest. It is operated on the software through a vertically mounted 15.5-inch touchscreen that lets easy access to the system’s apps and features. Other top features include Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a Bang, and Olufsen audio system and a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot.
What Goes into Mach-E’s Safety and Driver-Assistance Features?
The Mach-E hasn’t been tested by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or the IIHS. The car is available with plenty of driver-assistance features, including…
• Available forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking available blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert
• Available lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist
So this is everything you wanted to know about 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E.

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While nice I'd opt for the 64 Mustang - unless I could find an original Goat.
Goats were advertised back then as about a buck per pound.

I grew up as the (biased) son of a Pontiac dealer.
And Buick, Land Rover.

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I've owned one Ford (car) , one Chrysler (van) and one GM (truck) since I started driving in the mid 70's and collectively they were the worst designed and least reliable vehicles I have ever owned! Also along the way, I've owned 4 Toyota's, 4 Honda's and 2 BMW's and they were all great vehicles.

I've also learned the hard (on the 2019 RAV4) NOT to believe all the hype that Auto manufactures spew prior to a vehicles release and to wait until it is released and unbiased reviews are available... Such is how I view the electric Mustang...


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Looking forward to going full electric for my next commuter car. I'll be buying a Tesla Model 3 this spring. Zero interest in the Mexico built Ford or the China built Polestar.
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