Mustang Mach-E

Ford Announces the Mustang Mach-E will Charge 30% Faster than Initially Estimated

Initially, Ford reported that the Mustang Mach-E would be capable of charging 150 kW of power in direct current (CCS Combo 2 format), going from 10% to 80% autonomy in 38 minutes and recovering 74 km (American EPA cycle) in just 10 minutes (Extended Range RWD version). Now, the brand has made it known that the vehicle will finally load 30% faster than estimated, reaching 98 km EPA in 10 minutes for the same variant.

Ford has not explained what changes it has made to the model to achieve such an improvement, although everything seems to indicate that it has been thanks to some software adjustments. It is expected that before the vehicle reaches the European market, Ford reveals its full technical specifications. In recent weeks it has also revised upwards the power of the SUV, which indicates that the figures initially reported by the American brand are not definitive.

The Mustang Mach-E, called to rival the Tesla Model Y, will be offered with two batteries, one 75.7 kWh and the other 98.8 kWh. Along with two types of traction, rear or total. The customer will be able to combine these configurations freely, which will result in four versions to choose from (Standard Range RWD, Standard Range AWD, Extended Range RWD, Extended Range AWD). Among these we should add the GT sports version, which will differentiate itself from the Extended Range AWD by its higher power and a more aggressive aesthetic.

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