The booking page for the 2021 Mustang Mach-E electric car was leaked ahead of schedule on Thursday night. In addition to the pictures of the new car, the page also gives a detailed description of the specifications, as well as some interesting information. The car is said to have a range of 300 miles (about 480 kilometers), but the entry-level version starts at just $43,895. In terms of form, the Mustang Mach-E features a classic light and trapezoidal grille design, complemented by some conspicuous rears, to help reflect the car’s Big Pony Energy character.
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If the budget is not enough, then Mustang Mach-E has a cheaper version of Select. Despite the 230-mile (370-kilometer) reach, the purchase threshold was reduced to $43,895 (about 30.76 million RMB).
The first version will be a all-wheel-drive model with a range of 270 miles (about 434 km) and 0-60 mph acceleration in 5 seconds, but costing up to $59,900 (approximately RMB419,800).
For consumers who are less performance-conscious but are more interested in interior and range, choose a 300-mile rear-drive or all-wheel drive version that costs just over $50,000 (about 35.04 million RMB).
(Screenshot from: MachEForum)
There is also a California Route 1 configuration (Premium Upgrade, 300 miles with a battery life), which is $52,400 (approximately RMB367,200). Finally, there is said to be a faster GT version, but it is not mentioned on the leaked page.
Entering the car, you’ll be immediately attracted to the huge display where the Mach-E is placed vertically on the center (learn from the Tesla Model S).
When it comes to charging, all models can add 47 miles (75 km) of range in just 10 minutes when connected to a 150 kW charging pile. As for the truth, please be patient and wait for the official release on November 17.