News reports from macheforum.com confirm that Ford was in fact able to start deliveries of the new Mustang Mach-e in the U.S. before the end of 2020. The forum dedicated to Ford Mustang Mach-E customers and enthusiasts announced customer deliveries of the all-electric SUV are underway.
One of the first Mach-E units found its home in Dallas, Texas on December 29, 2020. As the all-electric SUV is being produced in Mexico and Texas being a very close neighbor, its doesn’t come as a huge surprise that one of the first deliveries was to the “Lone Star State.”
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.