The highly anticipated Ford Mustang Mach-e units have officially begun shipping out in the Unites States. Director of Ford North America Communications, Said Deep, tweeted a picture of the first units of the all-electric crossover “charged up and on their way!”
Although that’s about as far as the information goes, and we still don’t know if Ford will deliver any by the end of the year or if it will be January 2021, we at least know they are on carriers.
Outside of the U.S. we have seen deliveries of the Ford Mustang Mach-e in in Europe. The first batch of Mach-e vehicles landed in Norway at the beginning of the month. There was a total of seven early-produced units, with another ten expected soon after. With ‘first drive’ reviews popping up and units being prepared to go to dealerships, its only a matter of time before customer deliveries begin.
Ford will offer the Mustang Mach-e in four versions: Standard Range RWD, Standard Range AWD, Extended Range RWD and Extended Range AWD. The base model Mach-e 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.