Australian-bound Mustang Mach-E: Ford unveils complete specifications and ultimate pricing

Ford Australia has unveiled the specifications and pricing for its upcoming electric passenger car, the Ford Mustang Mach-E. The vehicle will⁢ be available in three variants – Select, Premium, and GT – with prices ranging from just under $80,000 to over $107,000 (excluding on-road costs) for the top-of-the-line model. This places the Mustang Mach-E above ⁢the ‍price‍ range of ‌other popular​ electric sedans in Australia, such as the Model 3, Polestar 2, and Hyundai Ioniq 6.

According ‍to Andrew Birkic, the ⁢president ‌and CEO of Ford Australia, the Mustang Mach-E ⁢offers the excitement ⁢of the​ iconic Mustang ‌brand‌ along with the⁣ technological advancements, ‍performance, and‌ luxury ​features​ expected ⁢from⁢ a fully-electric SUV. The vehicle is‍ set ‍to arrive in Australia in ‌the ⁢last ‍quarter of⁤ 2023.

The base model,‌ Mach-E Select, will come with a 71 kWh Lithium Iron⁤ Phosphate (LFP) ⁢battery pack, offering a range of up to ‌470 km. It ‍is expected to have a power output of ‌198 kW and share ⁤the ‌same torque figure of 430 ‍Nm with⁢ the Premium variant. The Premium‍ variant will feature a larger 91 kWh battery pack, delivering⁢ up to 216 kW of power, 430 Nm of torque, and a claimed range of 600 km. The​ top-of-the-range GT variant will also use the 91​ kWh battery​ pack, providing‌ 358 kW of power, a whopping 860 ​Nm of ‌torque, and a range ⁣of 490 km. The Mach-E GT will be the fastest car from Ford‍ Australia, capable of accelerating from 0-100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds.

In terms of​ pricing, ⁣the Mustang ⁢Mach-E Select will start ⁣at ‌$79,990 before on-road⁣ costs,⁣ while the Premium variant will start at $91,665. The top-of-the-line GT variant will be priced at $107,665. These prices represent a $1,325⁢ price cut‌ for the Premium and GT ‌variants compared to previous announcements. The vehicle will be available in seven colors,⁢ with‌ the standard paint color being Shadow Black.

The Mustang Mach-E is ⁤the first of⁤ several electric vehicles that Ford Australia plans to introduce by the end of next year. ‍This includes the E-Transit ⁢and⁢ the Ford Puma EV. Full specifications and the option to reserve the vehicle can be found on Ford Australia’s website. ⁤The Mustang ​Mach-E is expected to ⁤arrive at Australian dealerships in the fourth quarter⁤ of 2023.
Australian-bound ⁤Mustang Mach-E: Ford unveils ⁣complete specifications and ultimate pricing

In a highly anticipated move,⁣ Ford has recently unveiled the complete specifications and ultimate pricing for ⁣its upcoming Australian-bound Mustang Mach-E. This all-electric SUV is set to revolutionize the automotive industry, combining‌ the iconic Mustang heritage ‍with cutting-edge technology⁢ and sustainability.

The ​Mustang Mach-E marks Ford’s entry into the electric vehicle market in Australia, and the specifications released by the ⁢American automaker reveal its commitment to delivering a premium electric driving experience. With pricing ⁤starting at $92,000 AUD for the entry-level Select variant and going up to $130,000 ⁣AUD for the high-performance GT model, Ford aims to cater⁢ to a wide range ‍of customers seeking advanced electric mobility solutions.

The⁤ range-topping Mustang ‍Mach-E GT boasts impressive performance ⁤capabilities, with a targeted output‍ of 342 kW (459 horsepower) and 830 Nm of torque. This powerhouse is equipped with an all-wheel-drive system ‌and can accelerate from ‌0 to 100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds, showcasing its ⁣sporting pedigree. On the other hand, the entry-level Select variant offers a ⁢more accessible ​option, featuring a rear-wheel-drive configuration and a WLTP (Worldwide Harmonized ‍Light Vehicles Test Procedure) estimated range of approximately 440 kilometers.

Ford’s commitment to sustainability is evident in the Mustang Mach-E’s engineering. The vehicle features a next-generation battery system that offers various charging ⁣options, allowing users​ to adapt to their lifestyle and driving needs. ⁤The available Ford Connected Wallbox and ⁢public charging networks‌ enable faster charging times, while the convenience of​ charging from home adds immense practicality for everyday usage. Additionally, the Mach-E offers regenerative braking ​capabilities,‌ further enhancing its energy efficiency and extending ⁣its range.

Technological⁤ innovation is at ‍the heart of the Mustang Mach-E, as it integrates Ford’s latest⁢ SYNC 4A infotainment system. The ⁤15.5-inch touchscreen​ display is seamlessly integrated into ​the dashboard, providing a user-friendly interface and access to a multitude of features, including navigation, ‌entertainment, and smartphone integration. The Mach-E also offers over-the-air ⁢software updates, ensuring ‌that owners have access to the⁣ latest features and improvements throughout ⁣their ownership.

Safety is not overlooked⁢ in the Mustang Mach-E, as it comes equipped with Ford Co-Pilot360, the brand’s comprehensive suite of driver-assist technologies. These features include Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane-Keeping System, Blind Spot Information System, and Automatic Emergency Braking, among ‌others. With the Mach-E, ‍Ford aims to provide both an exhilarating driving⁢ experience and ⁢peace of mind on the⁢ road.

The introduction of the Australian-bound‌ Mustang Mach-E reinforces Ford’s commitment to sustainable mobility and⁣ serves as a testament to ⁣the company’s long-standing legacy of ‍innovation. As the electric vehicle market continues to ⁤gain momentum, Ford aims to provide Australian customers⁢ with a ‍compelling and exciting⁣ alternative that blends⁢ classic Mustang DNA with advanced electric technology.

With its complete specifications and ultimate pricing now revealed, the Mustang Mach-E is set to make a grand entrance into the Australian market. It promises to redefine the concept of electric SUVs, offering a combination of performance,‌ range, technology, and sustainability ​that ⁢will‍ undoubtedly captivate the discerning Australian consumer.