Ford dealers receive a huge number of orders for the Mustang Mach-E electric crossoverJanuary 4, 2020
The most remarkable thing is that this dealer center of the American brand is located near the Tesla factory. People line up for an electric crossover, which costs between $ 45,000 and $ 60,000, and sales will not start in the coming year.
Since the all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E crossover became available for order, the Ford dealership located in Silicon Valley has received 100 orders, each of which requires a deposit of $ 500 reported. that 40 of them were made on one recent evening. Perhaps this was due to the fact that Ford participated in advertising Mach-E during recent local football matches.
As I said, Ford Sunnyvale dealership is located in Silicon Valley, a few blocks from the Tesla brand store and not far from the Tesla factory in Fremont, California (USA).
Not surprisingly, electric cars in this area are incredibly popular. In fact, one in four of those who reserved a Mach-E was originally from California.
Sunnyvale Ford Ford dealership owner Steve Fuentes said in an interview: “And now we have up to 100 bookings on the Mustang Mach-E – the electric crossover has received a huge positive response among electric car enthusiasts. I just think the market is ripe and ready for something different than Tesla’s electric vehicles alone. Our all-electric 482 km SUV is very cool and functional. ”
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the Ford F-250 diesel pickup could pull the Tesla Model X electric crossover. The Zunigas enthusiasts decided to check who would be more powerful – a full-size Ford F-250 pickup equipped with a powerful diesel engine and an all-wheel drive system, or a Tesla Model X all-electric crossover?
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