Although Ford managed to start deliveries of its highly anticipated Mustang Mach-E in the U.S. before the end of 2020, official sales data shows the automaker has only delivered 3. I supposed its gives us a glimpse of what’s to come in 2021, and at least deliveries started.
If the low number of deliveries worried you, have no fear, as the automaker has already produced over 6,700 Mach-E units, more than 3,000 of which were produced in December 2020 alone.
Information provided by macheforum.com, shows a huge boost in production on a month to month basis, leaving the future of Mach-E sales to hopefully skyrocket:
Going off of December production, the annual production rate would be around 37,5000 units a year. However, that number may get even bigger as the automaker originally was said to be aiming to produce 4,150 units a month, giving them an annual production rate of 50,000 units. However, no point in producing if no one is buying, so these rates heavily depend on demand.