Published: Sun, April 07, 2019
Markets | By Otis Pena

Ford Mach 1 Confirmed With Range Announced

Ford Mach 1 Confirmed With Range Announced

After teasing a Mustang-inspired all-electric utility vehicle in the latter half of 2018, Ford has all but confirmed what the new vehicle will be called. It's ignored its Ford Focus electric, not really tried to sell any type of plug-in auto, and focused instead on its ecoBoost branded engines for pickups, cars, and SUVs. Unlike this one, though, the 2020 Puma is a hybrid rather than an all-electric vehicle.

Most of the next-gen Mustang's extra length is expected to be carried over to the wheelbase of the muscle auto which could mean that Ford could deal with less strict emission norms for the next pony vehicle.

In any case, the newer information comes from AllFordMustangs.com, who have reported that the Motor Company has filed for a trademark of the name "Mustang Mach-E" in Europe. Instead, this moniker could be pony car's hybrid variant.

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While little is known about the dimensions, layout or battery type, we do know the electric SUV will be a high-performance vehicle with a range of up to 328 miles per charge.

The company revealed that The EV Mustang vehicle has 600km of range and that it's set to arrive sometime during 2020. Based on patents filed earlier this year, Ford could be looking to combine a V8 with electric motors to provide all-wheel-drive, a Mustang first.

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