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Mach-E achieves 6.5 miles per kilowatt hour

23 July 2021

Mach-E achieves 6.5 miles per kilowatt hour
The Ford Mustang Mach-E has become a world record holder as its journey from John O'Groats to Land's End has been confirmed as a world record.
Three drivers drove the length of Britain aiming to set a new standard for driving efficiency in an electric car. And they achieved just that as they broke the record for energy use on the 840-mile (1,350km) route.
On the 3rd July the Mustang Mach-E left John O’Groats, charging at public service stations along the route and arrived at its final destination just 27 hours later. Paul Clifton of the BBC confirmed in a tweet that the team charged for a total of 45 minutes and achieved an economy figure of 6.5 miles per kilowatt hour.
To help achieve the feat, the drive was carried out in optimal conditions, including keeping the air con off, windows closed and leaving the radio switched off.

How far can the Mach-E go on one charge?

The Ford Mustang Mach-E is an all-electric sports SUV that delivers a maximum electric driving range of 379 miles*. With 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.

Will there be an all-electric Mustang GT?

Yes! It will be arriving late 2021. The Ford Mustang Mach-E GT takes an uprated powertrain to considerably improve performance over the First and Standard Edition Mach-E. Boasting an electrifying 0-62mph in 3.7 seconds, it eclipses some of its main rivals in the electric field. Whilst bold 20" alloys and an eclectic range of colours, including Cyber Orange and Grabber Blue, truly make this the most eye-catching all-electric vehicle around.
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