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.
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.
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.