Mustang Mach-E

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The first ever Electric Mustang

The new Mustang Mach-E is a natural evolution of the world-famous Pony Car brought bang up-to-date to meet demand, in a world where electric vehicles and SUVs are set to be the future of passenger transport.

The design is distinctly Mustang, with only Mustang logos featured on the model. It features several homages to the current-generation Mustang, with the distinctive three cluster lights, the unmistakable Mustang logo front and centre in the grill and an inspired by Mustang front headlight cluster. One of the stand-out design elements is the lack of door handles. The Mustang Mach-E features smart connectivity where your phone can be paired to the car and as you approach the door automatically opens a small amount to gain entry. 

Phone battery flat? No problem there's a pin pad on the B-pillar to gain access, which can then be reentered on the centre console to start the car in earnest.

There are several clever aerodynamic elements on the car. The most prominent are the adjustable cooling flaps in the front lower grille and a deliberately square rear, to keep the air engaged with the body of the car as long as possible, thus reducing drag and increasing overall range.

Inside the car is completely different from any current Ford production model and moves away from the well-loved Sync platform, now featuring 15.5" centrally mounted portrait touchscreen. There is also a distinct lack of physical buttons, with only a few featured on the steering wheel. Driver information is split between the central screen and a smaller 10.2" display with the classic 'Ground Speed' Mustang speedo. 

The main screen is a brand new ground up build of Sync which is (geek alert) coded in HTML5, meaning Ford can update system functionality and intregration with other apps much more easily. Want the screen to run Waze, Spotify and Ford Nav at once? No problem! The system even learns over time so will only show you the controls it knows you need and use the most... neat, in more ways than one.

Does electric power fit the Mustang badge?

Absolutely! In terms of power, all the launch models get a top speed of 111mph with the Mach-E RWD getting 254bhp and the First Edition getting an impressive 335bhp and 426lbs of torque. The First Edition also gets the bigger 99kWh battery and an extended range of 335 miles.

The launch models come in seven different exterior colours: Rapid Red, Star White, Infinite Blue, Carbonised Grey, Absolute Black, Iconic Silver and the very interesting Space White (very similar to the Silver Fox colour on the FIesta ST). However, the First Edition will be limited to either Rapid Red or Carbonised Grey, with the added bonus of being available in the unbelievably cool Grabber Blue.

The initial run of UK cars will all feature the Mustang Mach-E 'Technology Pack' as standard*. It features 'Next Generation Sync', Premium B&O audio, Ford Co-Pilot 360, Pre-collision Assist, Intelligent Adapative Cruise Control, Full Active Park Assist, 360 degree cameras and the trusty Ford Quickclear windscreen.

Mach-E Test Drive Event

Our FordStore dealerships in Peterborough and Derby will be hosting an exclusive Test Drive Event where you will be able to be amongst the first people to drive the car in the UK.

Places are strictly by appointment only, so please click on the image below to complete your invitation form.

Peterborough - 26th-28th April
Derby - 29th April-1st May


Compare specs on the Mustang Mach-E Lineup

The table below compares the specs of the three UK launch models; the Mustang Mach-E, Mustang Mach-E AWD and Mustang Mach-E First Edition.

ModelMustang Mach-EMustang Mach-E AWDMustang Mach-E First Edition
Battery Size (kWh)759999
Power (bhp)254332332
WLTP Range (Miles)280335335
0-62 mph<8<7<7
Top Speed (mph)111111111
Max Charging rate (kw)130150150
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Revolutionary Interior Design

Making its debut in the Mustang Mach-E is the next-generation SYNC® communications and entertainment system, a sleek and modern interface that uses machine learning to quickly learn drivers’ preferences and gets even better over time, thanks to advanced over-the-air updates. Next-generation SYNC’s 15.5-inch screen and simple interface ditches complicated menus, making it easier to access features with touch, swipe and pinch controls that every smartphone owner will be comfortable using. 

Featuring cloud-based connectivity and conversational voice recognition, the next-generation SYNC system brings twice the computing power of SYNC 3 to help make navigation, music and connecting a smartphone to the vehicle faster and easier. 

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Terms and Conditions

The First edition and Extended range vehicles that will get the tech pack. 
The Standard range vehicle cannot have a the tech pack added or included.