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Ford Mustang Mach - E


Introducing the All-Electric Ford Mustang Mach-E Beautifully sculpted design, state-of the-art technologies, and an electric driving range of up to 293 – 372 miles (WLTP Test Results)* - this is Ford’s first all electric SUV. The Mustang Mach-E delivers smooth, silent acceleration, combining sports car performance and zero emission driving. Mustang Mach-E also breaks new ground with Ford’s most sophisticated comfort, convenience and driver assistance technology offering ever. Discover the most powerful member of the Mustang Mach-E line-up – the GT. Capable of 0-62mph in just 3.7 seconds**, it’s the fastest-accelerating member of the Ford Mustang family in Europe. Experience the All-Electric Mustang Mach-E for yourself by taking a test drive.

Get to know the Mustang Mach-e 

The Mustang Mach-E is available to order. Are you ready to take the next step?

BlueOval™ Charging Network

Connect your Mustang Mach-E to the FordPass App on your smart phone and unlock even more of its smart side. Enjoy access to the BlueOval™ Charging Network which gives Mustang Mach-E customers easy access to the fast-growing network of public charging stations. With the FordPass App on your mobile device you can monitor your vehicles charge and locate, navigate to and pay for charging at public stations.

Sophisticated Tech

From advanced driver assistance technologies, to next level connectivity features, Mustang Mach-E delivers an effortlessly enjoyable driving experience centred around you. The tech offering includes SYNC 4A with cloud connectivity and machine learning so your experience with the car gets even better over time. With wireless smartphone integration, electric vehicle charging management and an intuitive 15.5” full HD touchscreen, you’ll experience a new world of connectivity through your car.

Charges over an espresso

Recharging is fast and simple. Charge at home and start the day with 293-372 miles (WLTP Test Result) of electric range* . Ford is offering Mustang Mach-E customers an optional Ford Connected Wallbox to make charging from home faster, smarter and more convenient – our sales teams can provide more information. Mustang Mach-E also has DC high-power charging capability which means you’ll be able to recharge up to 73 miles of range in just 10† minutes at a high power charging station .

​Owning a Mustang Mach-E 

The All-Electric Mustang Mach-E is a pure-electric, zero-emission driving car. There are many benefits to owning an electric vehicle including no more trips to the pump, reduced maintenance costs and emission zone benefits. The list of savings when you switch to an all-electric product is significant. For company car drivers, the Mustang Mach-E with 0g CO2 attracts a Benefit in Kind rate of 2% compared to petrol and diesel cars which are taxed at higher rates~ . 

What affects range?

There are three main factors that can affect the driving range of the Mustang Mach-E:

Heavy acceleration and high speeds ·

In any type of vehicle, accelerating fast will use more power and reduce range. This applies to Internal Combustion Engines (ICE) and Electric Vehicles (EV). · Likewise, faster speeds create exponentially more wind and road resistance, impacting on range.

Climate and temperature ·

Extreme heat or cold temperatures outside have the potential to affect battery range, directly. All electric vehicles (EV’s) have less energy when in cold temperatures compared to warm temperatures due to battery cell chemistry. · Heating and cooling the inside of the vehicle for passenger comfort also has an impact.

Regenerative braking ·

Regenerative braking can capture and reuse more than 90% of the braking energy improving the efficiency of the battery and extending the battery range.

How to improve range

These tips will help keep you comfortable and relaxed about the range of your Electric Vehicle:

• Pre-condition the vehicle. Set the departure time to warm the cabin and the battery while the vehicle is still plugged in. Use the FordPass App or the Mustang Mach-E’s touchscreen.

• If possible, always keep the Electric Vehicle plugged in whenever it is parked. In cold weather, even trickle charging will help the vehicle to keep the temperature of its battery optimised.

• Avoid using high-power, fast charging (DC) after short driving distances. The battery needs time to heat up, under normal driving conditions, to be able to accept high charge power. Not giving your battery time to condition will impact charging performance

• Ensure tyres are at the correct pressure. Under inflated tyres can affect the rolling road resistance and therefore increase drag, impacting on energy consumption. The wrong pressure will also affect the tyres’ grip on snowy and icy roads. Winter tyres are recommended where necessary.

• Set the climate control to create a comfortable but moderate ambient temperature. It is more efficient to maintain a consistent temperature than it is to keep turning climate control on and off, heating up the cabin before letting it cool down again.

• Rather than use heating and ventilation to warm up the whole cabin, use the heated seats and steering wheel as primary local heat sources for the passengers. These consume far less energy

Important Information

*Based on Premium RWD Extended Range model with full charge. These figures were obtained after the battery had been fully charged. The Mustang Mach-E is a battery electric vehicle requiring mains electricity for charging. The electric range shown was achieved using the WLTP test procedure. Figures shown are for comparability purposes. Only compare fuel consumption, CO2 and electric range figures with other cars tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the starting charge of the battery, accessories fitted, variations in weather, driving styles, route profile and vehicle load and lithium-ion battery age and condition. WLTP Overall Range reflects a combined driving cycle and WLTP Extra High reflects motorway driving – both tests are conducted in controlled conditions with an ambient temperature of 23 degrees Celsius and no climate or electrical load. 372-mile WLTP Overall range reflects a combined driving cycle and 293-mile WLTP Extra High range reflects motorway driving – both tests are conducted in controlled conditions with an ambient temperate of 23 degrees Celsius and no climate or electrical load. Model shown is a Mustang Mach-E Premium AWD Extended Range with up to 277 miles (WLTP Extra High) – 341 miles (WLTP Overall).

**Target Ford test data based on testing methodology using 1-ft rollout i.e., from a rolling start.

† Charging performance for a Premium RWD Extended Range Mach-E using 150kW DC Charger. Charge power can decrease with increasing state of charge. Actual charge times and charge speeds can vary based on different factors (weather, temperature, driving behaviour).

~Benefit in Kind (BIK) rates are not applicable to retail or private car buyers. BIK rates are the monthly taxation payment applicable to company car users. BIK rates were correct at the time of publication and are based on taxation rates for 2022/23 tax year.

Mustang Mach-E Reviews

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Ford's Mustang Mach-E is at its fastest in GT form. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.

Ten Second Review

Ford's Mustang Mach-E shows its wild side in this top 487PS GT model. Based on the 'Extended Range' battery AWD variant, it dials up the desirability with a bespoke look inside and out, but more importantly, it gets MagneRide adaptive damping and more pulling power than we've ever seen from a Ford-badged performance car.


Originally, the Mustang Mach-E was to be merely nothing more than a second generation version of Ford's battery electric Focus hatch, which would have been extremely dull. Repackaging the project based on Mustang inspiration was a masterstroke, even if it was likely to upset a few traditional followers of the iconic sports car model. Those kinds of people think Mustang means 'big V8 coupe', but Ford defines this sporty model line more with phrases like 'freedom', 'pioneering spirit' and 'hint of rebellion'.

All characteristics that, to some extent at least, the brand claims are replicated here, especially in this top GT version, which has more pulling power than any car Ford has ever sold in Europe.

Driving Experience

All the ingredients seem to be in place here for a really special high performance EV. This GT's starting point is the AWD system and 88kWh 'Extended Range' battery of the top version of the ordinary model, but here, power has been teased out to 487PS and there's more torque (at 860Nm, around 15% more) than Ford offered with its GT supercar. 62mph from rest takes just 4.1s (3.9s from a rolling start) but top speed is limited to 124mph (though that's 13mph faster than the standard model). This is the only Mach-E on which you can have Ford's MagneRide adaptive damping system. The system electronically controls magnetorheological fluid inside the damper to respond in real time to changing road conditions and can seamlessly adjust the vehicle's character in line with the selected drive mode.

Braking and tyre specifications are also unique to Mustang Mach-E GT. Ford worked with Pirelli to develop a bespoke 245/45 R20 tyre compound and tread pattern specifically to complement the model's additional power, torque and all-wheel drive performance. Fitted to 8-inch-wide wheels - 1 inch wider than the standard Mustang Mach-E wheels - the unique tyres provide exceptional grip and lateral stability for sports car handling. The Mustang MachE GT's 385mm diameter Brembo ventilated front brake discs are the largest of any Mustang Mach-E model.

Design and Build

The flagship GT variant is recognisable by its special front grille, unique bumpers and 20-inch Cast Aluminium wheels with specially developed tyres and 19-inch red calipers for the bespoke Brembo brakes. Inside, the main cabin difference is the addition of GT Performance seats. Otherwise, the interior is much as in any other Mach-E. Which has a cabin nothing like anything you'll have previously seen on a Ford, dominated by a Tesla-like portrait-style 15.5-inch centre free-standing infotainment touchscreen incorporating a lower rotary dial. This works using Ford's latest SYNC 4 operating system that is able to accept over-the-air updates and can quickly learn your preferences.

There's also a further 10.2-inch screen in front of the steering wheel for all the main driving gauges. A floating, flip-up armrest doubles as a place to store purses or bags. Two adults can be comfortably accommodated in the back. And there's a 402-litre boot (extendable to 1,420-litres if you fold the rear bench). Plus there's a further 81-litre space beneath the bonnet, which is provided in the form of a drainable compartment which would be good for wet or muddy clothing or footwear.

Market and Model

This manically fast flagship GT model costs from just over £67,000, around £10,000 more than the ordinary 'Extended range' AWD model that shares its 88kWh battery and 4x4 system. We detailed the visual changes this GT offers inside and out in our 'Design' section. Otherwise, this GT's key spec addition is Ford's adaptive MagneRide suspension and an extra 'Untamed Plus' drive mode. Otherwise, the equipment tally is the same as that for a conventional 'Extended Range' battery model. Which means you get adaptive LED Mustang signature headlamps, black power-folding mirrors and a 'Blade'-style front grille design. Inside, there's red stitching for the Sensico upholstery, along with 8-way power adjustable front seats and a dark headliner.

Also included is a full panorama roof, power-folding mirrors, and a hands-free tailgate. The cabin additionally features a B&O Premium Sound System with 10 speakers, including a really smart Dashboard Sound Bar.

What about safety kit? Well there's 'Pre-Collision Assist' autonomous braking, 'Lane Departure Warning' with a 'Lane Keeping System', 'Evasive Steering Assist', a 'BLIS' 'Blind Spot Information System', 'Cross Traffic Alert', Driver Alert', 'Wrong Way Alert' and 'Reverse Braking Assist', which mitigates collisions at low speeds when you're parking by braking the car automatically, say, to avoid a low wall or, more seriously, a child or a pet.

Cost of Ownership

The key stat here is driving range, WLTP-rated for the GT at 310 miles. Next, there are issues of charging to consider. As electric vehicle owners do 80% of their charging at home, Ford offers Mach-E buyers a 'Connected Wallbox' option which delivers up to five times the charging power of a typical domestic socket - meaning customers can add an estimated average range of 38 miles per charging hour, based on extended-range, rear-wheel drive configuration. The Ford Home Charge Cable, included with the vehicle, can add an estimated average range of nine miles per charging hour using a typical European domestic outlet.

And when you're out and about? Well with peak charging power of 150kW, a Mustang Mach-E GT variant could add driving range of up to 57 miles within 10 minutes of charge time on a DC fast-charging station. Like all Mach-E models, this ones comes with ultra-rapid charging capability courtesy of a Type 2 CCS inlet. The car's Connected Navigation system will identify up-to-date public charging locations during trips and prompt owners to charge at the most convenient points on each drive - all to help ensure they don't have to be anxious about how much range they have. The brand also gives customers access to the FordPass Charging Network, Europe's largest network of more than 125,000 public charging stations in 21 countries. A Mach-E owner will be able to access any of these and pay for their power from a single account.


The Mache-E is the car that bridges the gap between Ford's past - and its future. Far from killing off the traditional Mustang sports car, this EV will extend that model's life, driving down Ford's across-the-range emissions and making continued production of that classic sports car justifiable. It's difficult to understand why the traditionalists who moan about use of the Mustang name here can't see that. Especially when Ford has also given them this manic GT version.

It's certainly fast enough to match the most frantic of its EV rivals - as it needs to be given the aspirational asking price. But you'll need not to be hung up on the thought of premium cabin quality or a posh badge with an EV of this size. If you don't care about these issues and you're browsing amongst the very fastest contenders in this segment, you might very much care for this car.GT EXPECTATIONS

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