First Ford Mustang Mach-e Units are Headed to Dealers

We are indeed beginning a quarter that will be frantic in terms of new electric car launches. And we are not talking about future renders or prototypes, but models that will begin to be available to the first customers. One of the imminent is the spectacular Ford Mustang Mach-e, which has already started to leave the factory in Cuautitlan, Mexico, and started its way to dealerships worldwide.

There are several photos of United States consumers who have immortalized different trucks full of Mach-e units on the way to North American dealers.

This will allow Ford to begin worldwide deliveries before the end of the year. Something that, on the one hand, will be good news for those who have placed an order, but will also have an essential economic component in Europe for a Ford that has seen its emission reduction targets as its objectives after having to stop production of the Kuga plug-in hybrid due to a problem with its batteries.

With its arrival, and that of rivals such as the Volkswagen ID.4, Skoda Enyaq, or the Tesla Model Y, the compact SUV market will experience an explosion in supply, quality, benefits, and the advertising aspect. Something that will benefit mainly consumers who will face more variety and more competition.

Mach-e will have a radical variant designed for the most demanding, called Mustang Mach-E GT, which will have all-wheel drive, 465 hp of power, and capable of accelerating 60mph in 3.7 seconds. Of course, a model that will not be part of the first distribution phase and will have to wait until the end of 2021 to see it on our roads.

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