2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E SUV Crossover
The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E comes to the US in 5 pre-order models, the SELECT, PREMIUM, CALIFORNIA RT.1 EDITION, FIRST EDITION, and GT as advertised on Fords Website.
The designers of the new Ford Mustang Mach-E crossover have done a fantastic job of maintaining the classic Mustang lines in a SUV. As Ford states on their website about the Mack E, it is “Built from all the passion of its iconic heritage, [the] Mustang Mach-E is a new shape of freedom. Get ready for 0-60 thrills with zero emissions”. As a long-time owner of Mustangs, I am looking forward to the new “E” line-up Ford has in store for us.
The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach E starts at:
- SELECT: $43,895
- PREMIUM: $50,600
- CALIFORNIA RT.1 EDITION: $52,400
- FIRST EDITION: $59,900 (sold out worldwide as of Dec. 30, 2019)
- GT: $60,500
The 2021 Mustang Mach-E is available with either a standard-range (75.7 kWh) battery or an extended-range (98.8 kWh) pack. These feed an electric motor mounted on the rear (RWD) or both axles (AWD).
The Mach-E rides on wheels that range in size from 18 to 20 inches (depending on model), and it can optioned with adaptive dampers for adjustable ride firmness.
Available electric all-wheel drive delivers exceptional handling and capability. Front and rear motors distribute power to individual wheels, so it can help you take on snowy roads.
With the different package options, here is what we know so far:
- 190 kWh
- 255 HP
- 190 kWh to 248 kWh
- 255 HP to 332 HP
- 210 kWh
- 282 HP
- 248 kWh
- 332 HP
Charging & Range
The 2021 Mustang Mach-E has an EPA-estimated range of between 210 and 300 miles, depending on the battery pack and type of electric motors. Every model also has fast-charging capability. Ford claims it will have the largest charging network in the United States and will include 12,000 charging stations with a total of 35,000 stations in the U.S. and some parts of Canada.
Here is an interactive map for planning routes and showing charge points on the Ford Charging Network
With available 150 kW chargers in the Ford Charging Network, the Mustang-inspired all-electric SUV can charge an estimated average of 47 miles of range in approximately ten minutes, and from 10-80% in 45 minutes