Ford makes hype around Mustang Mach-E electric crossoverMarch 11, 2020
Representatives of the American brand proudly say that a large number of pre-orders for Mustang Mach-E have already been collected. However, the exact number of reserved cars is not specified.
The first deliveries of the new Mustang Mach-E crossover are scheduled for the end of 2020. Ford never tire of repeating that the Mach-E electric crossover is very popular with potential buyers from all 50 US states. It is reported that they are beginning to actively book a novelty for themselves. Nevertheless, we still do not know how many people actually pre-ordered a crossover.
“Since the Mustang Mach-E debuted last November, we have witnessed high worldwide customer interest in our crossover,” said Mark Kaufman, Ford Global Director of Electric Vehicle Marketing. “Given the active reservations from coast to coast in the US, we look forward to an increase in pre-bookings and the start of deliveries.”
To bring this to life, Ford offers a photograph (above) that shows Mach-E dealerships and a breakdown of the most popular trim levels by state.
It is noted that buyers of the northern regions of the country are still concerned about the behavior of the electric crossover at low temperatures.
In addition, Ford claims that approximately 30 percent of Mach-E reservations are for the more productive GT pickup, which will go on sale in 2021. The First Edition will obviously be the first Mach-E crossover to appear in America, followed by Select, Premium, California Route 1, which will appear in early 2021. A Ford spokesman said the electric SUV will be simultaneously available for purchase in the US and European markets later this year. ”
To date, Ford still does not comment on how many pre-orders for Mach-E have been received in total. According to unofficial data, this number can be more than 40,000 copies.
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