New images from Ford Norge show the first seven early-produced Ford Mustang Mach-Es arrival in Norway. With no registrations yet, these must be the very first units and according to Ford’s importer, 10 additional units were expected to arrive this past weekend.
With units of the Ford Mustang Mach-e headed towards dealerships, customer deliveries are bound to begin soon. In addition to customer deliveries, dealership arrivals mean test drives will become available soon after.
The price range of the all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E starts at $44,995 and climbs above $60,000 depending on which of the five different Mach-e models you are able to choose from. The First Edition and Premium models are expected to arrive before the end of the year. Ford is expected to introduce the Select and California Route 1 versions of the Mach-e in early 2021, and the performance-oriented Mach-E GT in the spring of the same year.
The Mach-E’s base model starts at $44,995 and comes standard with 255 hp and a 75.7-kWh Standard Range battery pack. It offers about 230 miles of range on a single charge and has a 0-60 mph of less than 7 seconds. All-wheel-drive is available for the Select trim for an additionally $2,700, although that drops the range to about 210 miles.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E First Edition model starts at $61,000 and comes with the Extended Range battery, all-wheel drive and visual enhancements. The First Edition trim will sport 332 horsepower and go an estimated 270 miles on a single charge.
The Premium version of the Mach-E starts at $51,700 and comes with the Standard Range battery pack and rear-wheel drive. You can still opt for all-wheel-drive for and additional $2,700, as well as a larger 98.8-kWh Extended battery pack for $5,000. When opting for the Extended battery pack, its estimated range to jumps to 300 miles with rear-wheel drive and 270 miles with all-wheel drive. The Premium version has a power output of 282 hp and 332 hp for the RWD and AWD, respectively.