Ford has built its reputation on American-made muscle, quality, and durability. The company will forever be linked to muscle cars and big engines that explode with horsepower. But as the years pass, Ford has adapted to the needs and expectations of the modern world. It’s made powerful engines more fuel-efficient and updated its lineup of vehicles to include hybrids and electric cars.
Now, the company has gone a step further with the all-electric Mustang Mach-E. The 2021 Mustang Mach-E is Ford’s most current take on a sports car. Or is it still a muscle car? Either way, let’s take a closer look at this beautiful beast.
Let’s start with what made the Mustang what it is; power. Although you won’t get the roar of the engine in a traditional sense, you will roar off the line in the Mach-E. The GT model is capable of going zero to sixty in the mid-3-second range. In case that doesn’t provide context as to how fast the Mach-E is, that’s fast… really fast. However, speed is just one aspect of performance.
Because electric cars don’t use gas, they are measured by the estimated distance that can be traveled per charge. Different models of the 2021 Mustang Mach-E offer different EPA-estimated ranges that vary from good to great.
The inside of this all-electric Mustang looks like something you would expect to see in a Christopher Nolan movie. It’s bursting with eye-catching tech features like the 15.5-inch touchscreen display.
Another fantastic and unique feature is the Drive Experience which adjusts the vehicle’s lighting, sound, and how it drives. Simply select one of three options to customize each drive you experience inside the Mach-E.
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The Mustang’s exterior design has been an integral part of the iconic car’s popularity over the years. As you would expect, the all-electric Mustang picks up the torch passed on from its horsepower-infused siblings and carries its distinguished look into the 2020s.
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