The special series Ford Mustang Mach-E is already sold outNovember 27, 2019
Electric crossovers in the First Edition version sold like hotcakes.
At the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show, Ford conquered the electric car world with the introduction of the Mustang Mach-E. The zero-emissions SUV, named after the legendary American car, appeared on a special site right after the big debut in Los Angeles, where customers were able to pre-order the new product. By the way, the application can be left now, but its publication First for $ 61,000 has already been sold out – in just nine days.
The Mach-E brand website has a special edition, but it is mentioned that this version is now “out of stock”. Ford did not say how many units it plans to release, and the press release mentions only a “limited number.” Since these deposits are refundable, there is a possibility that several people will change their minds, and theoretically, a special version may be available again.
What makes it special than all the other conventional Mach-E trim levels? The crossover has an extended package of options, including four-wheel drive, red brake calipers and First Edition badges, and inside there are metal pedals and contrasting stitching. The setup is completed by a “First Edition” label that serves as a reminder that this is not just Mach-E.
Ford will produce about 50,000 Mustang Mach-E units during the first year of production of the electric SUV, and it will, of course, determine supply priorities for customers of the specialty. The first cars will start arriving at the end of 2020, and they will also include a premium version worth $ 51,700, a basic version of Mach-E Select worth $ 44,995, and a super-efficient California-based Mach-E modification worth $ 53,500 , which is due out in early 2021. And it will be followed by a sports car worth $ 61,600 Mach-E GT.
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