First Edition of the Mustang Mach-E by Ford Gets Sold Out In the US
Despite the steeper price tag and lack of enough infrastructures, public enthusiasm about electric vehicles is high, as it is evident from the newest developments. While brands like Tesla are making headlines with their futuristic products like Cybertruck, established players are not in the mood to lag! Ford, like many others in the car industry, is betting big on electric and hybrid car segment. Recently, it unveiled the Mustang Mach-E electric SUV, and it managed to make many heads turn. The company has confirmed that the first edition of the much-touted Mustang Mach-E is already sold out in the US market. While Ford has not revealed the number of reserved vehicles that were in the first lot- it is quite an achievement.
Those who were hoping to bring home the Mustang Mach-E after its stellar debut need not lose heart. The electric SUV will hit the market in 2020, and it will be launched a few trim levels to cater to the varying needs of the target buyers. The Premium edition will arrive in late 2020. There will also be the GT and Select, California Route 1 variants. These, however, may hit the roads only in 2021. The power mongers will get their hands on top of the lot Mustang Mach-E GT only in late 2021. The Mustang Mach-E limited-edition trim is sold in one configuration, and it gets AWD and the company’s Extended Range battery. That equates to an output of 332 horsepower and mileage of 270 miles post one full charge. Ford says the Mach-E First Edition can reach 60 mph from 0 in about 5 seconds. The car cabin looks enticing owing to the contrast seat stitching, metallic pedal covers. Priced at $59,900, but that excludes federal tax credits.
However, it remains to be seen how many of the reservations convert into a sale, and Ford has kept the reservation charge fully refundable. The Actual orders of the Mach-E First Edition will be taken in 2020 -before commencement of production. It would be interesting to observe how the model copes with its arch-rival Tesla model 3.