Ford Mustang Mach-E drifting in the snowMarch 13, 2020
The specialists of the American company decided to make sure how the new electric car behaves in such conditions.
American auto giant Ford continues to test its new Mustang Mach-E electric crossover. This time the novelty was tested in Michigan in harsh winter conditions. The car came to the test in the maximum configuration with all-wheel drive system and a powerful power plant with a return of 332 hp.
According to the test results, the company’s engineers made a number of encouraging conclusions. The main advantage was the lack of a mechanical connection between the front and rear axles – this allows each axis to instantly respond to signals from various auto systems, which in turn significantly improves handling under difficult conditions.
An innovative all-wheel drive system allows you to control traction on each wheel, which takes the control of the machine to a new level.
Also, the company’s engineers noted the decent power of the car to drive in such difficult conditions. The next stage will be extreme tests on dry asphalt. If they also succeed, then the electric Ford Mustang Mach-E can be safely called a full-fledged SUV.
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