Ford will begin accepting electric SUV bookings next week

Ford Motor Co. said Thursday it will accept reservations for a new all-electric SUV named Mustang Mach-E starting Nov. 17. As the newest member of the Ford Mustang family, the new car will be unveiled in Los Angeles on November 18, Beijing time.

Ford will begin accepting all-electric SUV bookings next week to grab the new energy market.

The Mach-E, named after the Mustang Classic, is one of more than a dozen all-electric vehicles the company plans to launch by 2022.

Ford plans to invest $11.5 billion to move away from traditional gasoline-powered cars.

Ford will begin accepting all-electric SUV bookings next week to grab the new energy market.

In April, the second-largest U.S. auto maker invested $500 million in electric car maker Rivian and said it planned to use Its platform to produce a new Ford-branded electric car.

Ford said it could book mustang Mach-E through Its website in the US, Canada and Europe, after which it would announce a scheduled date in China.

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