Ford Mustang Mach-E
75.7 kWh (258 HP)
42 895 - 59 900 usd
Lease price: $706 - $682
24 offers

Specifications of Ford Mustang Mach-E 75.7 kWh (258 HP)

General characteristics of Ford Mustang Mach-E 75.7 kWh (258 HP)

Ford has not yet put a price on the 2021 Mustang Mach 1, but we expect it to sit between the GT with the Performance Package Level 2 ($45,757) and the Shelby GT350 ($59,140). Since the Mach 1 will essentially replace the Bullitt, we suspect it will start at around the same price ($47,705), with the Handling Package adding to that figure.

In terms of rivals, the Mach 1 has few. As a specialist racer from the brand, it's the equivalent - in performance terms - to the Corvette Grand Sport. However, as always, the Chevrolet Camaro SS with the 1LE Performance Package will be the Mach 1's most direct competition.

Conventional door handles are absent on the Mustang Mach-E, and the vehicle instead features buttons that pop open the doors and a small door handle protruding from the front doors. Owners can use their smartphones as a key as well as a keypad built into the B-pillar.

The interior has a wide dashboard and built-in soundbar; the dash is equipped with a vertically mounted 15.5 in (39 cm) touchscreen infotainment system with a rotary dial fixed onto it. The majority of the car’s systems are controlled through the screen, which uses Ford's recent SYNC 4 operating system that can accept wireless updates. A 10.2 in digital cluster for the driver is also featured, while the steering wheel retains a number of physical buttons.

The Mustang Mach-E is built on the Global Electrified 1 (GE1) platform which is a heavily reworked version of the C2 platform that is used on the fourth generation Focus and third generation Kuga/fourth generation Escape.

The model was launched with two battery pack sizes and three power outputs. The entry-level rear-wheel drive version is offered with either a 68 kWh battery pack driving a 266 hp (198 kW) motor or a 88 kWh extended battery pack driving a 290 hp (220 kW) motor. Both battery packs have a claimed 0–60 mph time of 6.1 seconds or less and an EPA range of around 230 and 300 mi respectively.

A dual-motor all-wheel-drive version is also offered with either the same 68 kWh battery pack driving a 266 hp (198 kW) motor, or the 88 kWh extended battery pack driving a 346 hp (258 kW) motor. They have estimated EPA ranges of 211 and 270 mi, respectively. Testing by Edmunds Automotive indicated an actual range of 304 miles with the extended-range battery pack version. Car and Driver achieved a 0–60 mph time of 5.1 seconds with the extended-range model.

An all-wheel-drive GT trim is offered with the 88 kWh pack, producing 480 hp (360 kW), a targeted 0–60 mph time of 3.8 seconds, and a targeted driving range of 250 mi.


Ford Mustang Mach-E
75.7 kWh (258 HP)
42 895 - 59 900 USD
24 offers
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