At the end of this year, a new electric model will arrive on the market, which will also mean the re-entry through the front door of one of the leading automobile brands. We are talking about the Ford Mustang Mach-e, which is completing its development with tests such as the one focused on fine-tuning its four-wheel-drive system.
The American manufacturer has published an interesting video where he explains the details of the system that he will carry inside Mach e.
The test site is the Smithers Winter Test Center circuit in Michigan. The engineers have been able to thoroughly work on a system that will be prepared both for driving on comfortable highways and for entering icy roads. They can make the most of features like individually controlled traction control per wheel, as well as braking control, allowing you to achieve a high level of control when conditions worsen on our way.
A Mustang Mach-e in its all-wheel-drive version will come equipped with two engines and 270 HP in its access version. The most powerful will go up to 459 HP.
Something that allows developing an extremely sporty SUV, with wide autonomy (between 230 and 300 miles depending on the version), which also has dynamic features, on paper have left nothing to chance. In the same body we will have a family model, up to 821 liters of capacity counting the front boot, and a sports car capable of accelerating in its most powerful version such as a Porsche 911 GTS. It will also be capable of moving through areas of snow or dirt without too many difficulties and with a high level of safety.
A Mach-e that will arrive at the end of the year with a price that should be located in its access version (75.7 kWh and more than 300 miles under the WLTP cycle) around 45,000 dollars. The first to arrive will be the First Edition special edition which will be around 59,900 dollars and will have a 98.8 kWh battery and 370 miles WLTP.