Ford is particularly proud of the current market situation in the USA. With a recent increase of 74.1 percent, the company has now risen to second place behind the Tesla Model Y in the sales lists for electric crossovers. This should also develop upwards in Europe and especially Germany and so a technical model update should further expand the portfolio and attract potential customers who have previously looked to the competition.
In this context, all models except the GT get a significant increase in towing capacity. This was previously just 1,000 kilograms and will be increased to 1,500 kilograms with the facelift. The maximum roof load increases to 65 / 75 kilograms. “The Mustang Mach-E was developed to match the character and hallmarks of our legendary Mustang sports car. Now we have made the first all-electric member of the Mustang family even more attractive to the ever-growing number of customers who are choosing a modern and powerful electric vehicle," says Martin Sander, President of Ford Europe.
Those high-quality equipment features such as matrix LED headlights, 19-inch rims or ambient lighting, which were previously exclusively available as standard for the all-wheel drive variants, are now also included in the scope of delivery for the Mustang Mach-E with rear-wheel drive and the larger battery pack. The popular premium package as well as the appearance of the interior will be upgraded with the start of production with the 2023 model at the end of October. Details such as the electric tailgate, 360-degree camera or folding mirrors are standard. The base price for the Ford Mustang Mach-E is 62,900 euros, while the Premium or GT models start at 69,200 or 86,200 euros. Once it started under 50,000 euros and the top model costs 10,000 euros less.