According to media reports, Ford appears to have done not do enough to keep the company’s soon-to-be-launched Mustang Mach-E booking site secret, as a pile of photos and specs have been leaked online just three days before the car’s official debut. Screenshots have emerged on the forum site MachEForum.com, allowing consumers to learn more about Ford’s first big electric car before the new car is announced.
It was learned that the screenshot provided a wealth of information, including Mach-E’s range, charging time, MSRP, 100 km acceleration time, and the schedule for the car that consumers expect to be available by the end of 2020. It should be noted, however, that the information provided in this forum may not represent the final result, and there may still be some changes in the car. So the following information is more appropriate as a reference.
It was learned that, consistent with previously disclosed information, MachEForum.com’s screenshots show that Mach-E will be available in five versions: Select, Premium, California Rt. 1, GT and First Edition, starting at $43,895, $50,600, $52,400, $60,500, $59,900. None of these prices include a $7,500 federal electric vehicle tax credit.
It is also understood that Mach-E will have a range of 210 miles (Select Full Drive) to 300 miles (California Rt.1 rear drive version). When it comes to charging, it gets 47 miles of range for every 10 minutes of charging.
The car will be equipped with two digital displays, one behind the steering wheel and one in the middle of the dashboard. The middle screen looks like the car’s entire infotainment system, much like Tesla’s Model 3.
And recently, Ford just announced the next generation of infotainment system Sync 4. Given that the system supports a maximum screen size of 15.5 inches, it is likely that the Mach-E’s touchscreen will use this specification. It is reported that Ford 2020 new cars are expected to be pre-installed this infotainment system.
As for the car’s shape, it’s clear that the traditional decoration of internal combustion engine cars, such as front grilles and exhaust pipes, will no longer be available. But it won’t be as smooth as the front end of the Model 3, and Mach-E will have a cut around the Mustang logo. This makes it look like a small Mustang trying to make itself feel like it jumps out of the mouth of a car.