Published: Fri, November 15, 2019
Markets | By Otis Pena

Are you Ready for Mustang Mach-E?

Are you Ready for Mustang Mach-E?

At the presentation's conclusion, Ford will immediately open up a configurator tool where prospective Mach-E customers can spec their electric Mustang and put down a US$500 deposit to reserve one.

A Mach-E focused forum has delivered pictures and details of the first-ever pure electric vehicle from the Blue Oval.

Reaction to the announcement was understandably mixed - it didn't sit well with many critics who'd pointed out there's never been an electric Mustang before, nor a crossover-bodied example.

Without a doubt, SUVs (and pickup trucks) are big sellers, and it makes sense why Ford is continuing the Mustang tradition in an SUV body.

Online reservations for the vehicle will start following the SUV's unveiling during Sunday's private event, days ahead of its public debut at the L.A. Auto Show.

Impeachment witness: Ukrainians asked about holdup of aid
Three witnesses are scheduled for this week and eight more are set to testify in public next week. If that occurs, the 100-seat Republican-controlled Senate would hold a trial on the charges.


Ford is all set to have their Mustang Mach-E EV arrive at showrooms internationally by late 2020.

We have to wait for few more days to see official images along with detailed description of the new crossover from Ford Mustang. With RWD, the Mach-E Select will deliver a range of 230 miles, while the AWD model offers a range of 210 miles.

In April, the No. 2 US carmaker invested $500 million in electric automaker Rivian and said it planned to use the MI startup's platform to build a new Ford-branded electric vehicle. Not quite. We don't play poker, but we're laying our cards down the table.

Also, there is no sign that Ford will stop producing the Mustang coupe, which is certainly the automaker's most iconic model worldwide.

The video above also provides a glimpse of the front end with an inset front panel and the galloping horse badge, confirming that last year's teaser was for the SUV, not a hybrid version of the "regular" Mustang (which is also coming), as previously thought.

Like this: