Ford Mustang Mach-E electric crossover arrives in Europe

Ford Mustang Mach-E electric crossover arrives in Europe

February 13, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

Ford will launch at least 18 new electric vehicles in Europe by the end of next year, with Mach-E, the brand’s first zero-emissions brand, to become its leader.

The European version of the Ford Mustang Mach-E introduced in London receives suspension, steering, ESC (electronic stability control) and four-wheel drive, which have been specially adapted for European roads and various driving styles.

In rear-wheel drive trim levels with a powerful battery, the Mustang Mach-E has a range of up to 600 km. The battery supports fast 10-minute charging, which provides an additional driving range of up to 93 km. According to Ford, the model with rear-wheel drive and high-capacity battery is the most popular specification of a crossover with zero emissions, it is chosen by 85% of buyers. Details, prices and full specifications for the European market have not yet been announced.

Mustang Mach-E receives a wide range of technologies and supports wireless updates, including for the next-generation SYNC infotainment system. The latter is supported by a 15.5-inch touch screen, receives a cloud connection, support from a smartphone, voice recognition and artificial intelligence to study the preferences of drivers.

In the United States, Mustang Mach-E is offered in five versions, the simplest of which is estimated at 43,895 dollars. The basic RWD model has a 75.7 kWh battery, a 255-horsepower electric motor and a range of 370 km.

For the GT class, the cost will be $ 60,500, since this model offers a mileage of 378 km, about 459 hp. and torque of 830 Nm. It is not surprising that the Mustang Mach-E GT is the fastest of all and is able to accelerate from zero to hundreds in 3.5 seconds.

“Ford is at the forefront of real change, and we strive to provide all our customers with the widest selection of electrification options. Infrastructure is very important in order to help consumers be sure that they are ready to work on electricity, but we cannot do it on our own. Accelerated investments by all key stakeholders in the UK and Europe are more important than ever, ”said Ford of Europe President Stuart Rowley.