Know the electric Ford Mustang Mach E Suv
The Ford Mustang in to new era of electrical car. Mustang Mach-E, an all-electric SUV that promises Mustang performance with far more practicality when it gets released in 2020. The Mustang is a performance car by the car leader Ford.
- The compact cross over runs on electricity, for as much as 300 miles.
- Mach-E is Ford’s bet on the future shifting away from combustion engines, toward electrification, and toward driver assistance that becomes self-driving if the driver wants it and the technology is ready.
- There will be plenty of combustion engine cars for decades to come, including traditional 2+2 Mustang sport coupes.
- The first versions arrive in fall 2020 and all five variants will be available.
- The cost $45,000 to $65,000 plus options, every Mach-E will have significant driver assists, and some higher trims will have Level 2 self-driving on par with Nissan ProPilot Assist, possibly on par with Cadillac Super Cruise, the industry standard.
- There are two battery sizes initially, driving ranges of 200-300 miles.
- Mustang will be able to achieve sub-4-second results with the more powerful versions.
- The vehicle’s size class is usually based on cubic feet of passenger and luggage space, a vehicle that’s 180-190 inches long is generally seen as a compact vehicle.
- It gives Ford a single distinguishing term for its advanced safety and driver-assist features
- Confuses the heck out of buyers because it all sounds alike. Here’s our attempt to make sense of it all.
- The car comes with a Ford Mobile Charger for 120 and 240 volts that adds 3 or 22 miles of charge per hour.
- Ford app for your phone called Power My Trip shows how far you can go with the juice you have left, finds charging stations and charger types, and for long trips.