The just-revealed all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E SUV is turning heads at the LA Auto Show this week. But this next-generation crossover is more than just a shiny new design.
As a brand-new, all-electric offering with an iconic badge, the Mach-E could dramatically expand demand in the tiny electric-vehicle (EV) market.
Buyers will get the full $7,500 federal tax credit on the first 200,000 plug-in or battery electric models sold by a company, unlike for new Tesla and General Motors EV purchases.
The Mach-E also has an affordable starting price in the mid-$40,000 ballpark and a competitive driving range from 210 miles to 300 miles on a full charge, depending on the trim level.
And for some consumers, Ford is recognizable and comfortable, key for some when deciding to buy into a new technology.
Read the full article on: Consumer Reports