2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E

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What's New For the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E?

It's not hard to be excited by the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E. It's a vehicle of firsts, namely the first new Mustang model in decades. It's also the first electric vehicle made from the ground up by Ford. This latest Mustang family member offers cutting edge tech, and powerful emissions-free acceleration, all combined with a reverence for its predecessors.

It also happens to be a crossover SUV! The new model will begin arriving in late 2020, with select models scheduled to roll out in 2021. Order yours through Gwinnett Place Ford today.

Available Features in the 2021 Mustang Mach-E

This muscular EV offers five trims, and each offers different features that are sure to appeal to a wide variety of drivers. The base or Select trim offers a bevy of standard safety features. Rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive is available for this trim. Navigation and smartphone pairing is integrated within the Sync infotainment system. Real-time vehicle updates are easily viewed on the large touchscreen.

The Premium gets heated seats in front and a premium Bang & Olufsen sound system. Moving up, unique interior and exterior elements are a highlight of the First Edition. A power liftgate is added to the California Route 1. The GT trim adds more safety technology, a more powerful battery pack, and optional features, including suede seats and ambient lighting. Special performance seats are optional as well.

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E Interior

How Much Power Does the Ford Mustang Mach-E Have?

The Mach-E's power output is based on the trim. The base trim's peak power output is 255 HP with rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. Rear-wheel drive has a peak torque of 306 LB-FT, while torque increases to 417 LB-FT with all-wheel drive. Starting with the Premium trim, you can get engines that produce 266 HP for the standard range, 317 LB-FT, and 428 LB-FT for RWD and AWD, and both ranges respectively 290 HP for RWD, and 346 HP for AWD. The California Route 1 trim has rear-wheel drive only, while the GT comes with all-wheel drive and a peak power output of 459 HP. With all-wheel drive, it cranks out over 610 LB-FT in torque.

Charging the Mach-E is as easy as plugging it into your home outlet, whether a 240-volt supply that will get you 22 miles per charging hour or the optional Ford Connected charging station that will get you up to 32 miles per charging hour.

Mach-E Safety at the Forefront

A comprehensive safety package on the Mach-E provides reverse collision sensors, reverse braking assist, blind-spot monitoring, lane-keep assist, a backup camera, and automatic high beams. A panoramic backup camera is added to all trims except Select.

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