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2024 Ford Mustang Mach-E Overview

What’s new:

  • In 2024, everything will remain the same.
  • In 2021, the first Mustang Mach-E will be made.

The Mustang Mach-E is the name of Ford’s electric SUV. It has the same name as the 2024 Ford Mustang racing car, but other than that and a few design similarities, the two cars couldn’t be more different. Both, though, put a lot of stress on being athletic and doing well, so there is a spiritual connection between the two.

A lot will likely remain the same about the Mustang Mach-E in 2024. Ford already has a lot of trim levels and choices, but it might be possible to add a model that focuses more on either performance or efficiency. The California Route 1 has a range of more than 300 miles, and the GT Performance Edition has 480 horsepower. No matter the model, the Mach-E can quickly go around a bend in the road.

The Ford Mustang Mach-E is one of the cars that compete in a constantly changing market. Even though the Tesla Model Y is still the best-selling car in its class, the Volkswagen ID.4 and Hyundai Ioniq 5 are gaining on it. The running horse emblem on the hood helps, but the Mustang’s unique look and ability to drive well makes it stand out.

What do they like to live with?

Our long-term test group just got a new 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E. Since then, we’ve tried the vehicle’s real-world range, seen how easy it is to drive every day, and written down any problems we’ve encountered after going through it a lot for several months.


  • Especially with the GT, the speed and driving are exhilarating.
  • Big enough battery pack, enough range
  • The Middle touchscreen is convenient.
  • Space for bags that is useful


  • Few changes were made to the front seats.
  • The GT variant has a maximum speed increase time of 5 seconds.

How do you move the Ford Mustang Mach-E? Even though the Mach-E looks like an SUV wagon, it has the speed and balance you’d expect from a Mustang. We tried a Mach-E Premium model with an extended-range battery and all-wheel drive. On the Invoice Pricing test track, it took 5.2 seconds to go from 0 to 60 miles per hour. Regarding speed, the Tesla Type Y is faster than some of its competitors, but the Mach-E, at least the one we tried, is a joy to drive.

Ford has changed how this all-wheel-drive SUV drives, making it feel more like a rear-wheel-drive sports car. At times, it’s fun and exciting. There is a lot of movement during a transition, but it is controlled and safe.

During the regular drive, the Mach-E has a ride that is as smooth as butter. One-pedal driving is possible because the regenerative braking system works so well that you can stop the car by taking your foot off the gas. It’s not easy to come to a smooth halt because the brake pedal is a little soft and grabby. We like it better this way. Ford can change the settings with a later software update that can be done over the air.

How lovely is the Mustang Mach-E to ride in? The suspension is very good at smoothing out big bumps in the road, the car is well protected from wind and noise from outside, and the climate control system is excellent and easy to use. Even though we’d like air vents for the seats in hot weather, the optional seat and steering wheel heaters warm up quickly.

Even though the chair padding isn’t as soft and squishy as memory foam, it is still pretty comfy and lets more air flow through. The seats don’t have other significant changes, like a longer lower hip cushion for drivers with longer legs. You only have a little to do on the side. Unfortunately, there are no spare seats for passengers.

The interior? One of our new favourites is Ford’s Sync 4 entertainment system for the Mach-E’s 15.5-inch centre touchscreen. Easy-to-use shortcut bar and options. The most frequently used tasks update this bar. The Mach-E’s 10.2-inch digital drive centre displays crucial information, unlike the Tesla Model Y.

Most drivers can find a comfortable position in the front seats, which aren’t as changeable as a premium sedan’s. Back seats are plentiful. The Mach-E’s fastback top doesn’t hinder the vision or cabin access. We need to test the Mach-E’s push-button door openers.

Tech quality? Mach-E technology is excellent. We like the massive 15.5-inch touchscreen in the middle, complemented by volume knobs. Unlike the Model Y, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration are easy and wireless (but a USB cord is needed). Ford’s guidance system is simple yet more complicated than competitors’.

For a complete listening experience, the Premium trim offers a Bang & Olufsen 10-speaker sound system with AM/FM and XM satellite radio. Our test car boasts adaptive cruise control, lane centering, blind-spot recognition, and 360-degree cameras. It was an early version, but the tools that could be used worked well.

Storing things? The Mach-E’s hatchback trunk increases cargo space. Ford claims 29 cubic feet. Underneath, the Model Y is more comfy. A smart flexible cargo cover may be removed completely or swung up and affixed to the back door. The Mach-E’s split and foldable back seats provide extra cargo. The front trunk’s drain hole enables you to use it as a cooler.

The interior looks bigger and has more storage with a two-level console in front. Side door pockets are large but short. The wireless charging station in front of the cupholders can only charge one phone, despite its appearance.

Have small children? Centre-back holes conceal child safety seat anchor points. They are straightforward to use but less visible than European Isofix anchors.

How is the range and performance? We tested a 2021 Mustang Mach-E. The information below is mainly true despite the EPA’s predicted range increasing after 2022. An all-wheel-drive Mach-E with 37 kWh per 100 miles is planned to have 270 miles of range in 2021. These are high-end electric car averages.

In Invoice Pricing real-world range tests, the Mach-E used 33.1 kWh per 100 miles. Electric car numbers should be modest. It went 304 miles on a charge, more than the EPA claimed. Except for Teslas, most EVs we tested outperformed the EPA.

Ford claims that a 150-kW DC fast charger can charge the Mach-E from 10% to 80% in 45 minutes or 61 miles in 10 minutes. Ford sells Connected Charge home charging stations. It can charge 30 miles per hour like Tesla’s Wall Connector.

Mustang Mach-E price? The Mach-E could save you money because Ford’s EV credits are still valid, unlike Tesla’s. The cabin is well-decorated in a Scandinavian style. If the doors and steering wheel didn’t have Ford switches, it might be a Lincoln.

Ford’s warranty is slightly inferior to luxury brands’. Bumper-to-bumper coverage lasts three years and 36,000 miles, and engine coverage lasts five years and 60,000 miles. At least 70% of the battery capacity is maintained for eight years or 100,000 miles on electric parts.

Our staff laughed when Ford announced a Mustang-based electrified SUV. Designers did it. Despite appearances, the Mach-E is useful. Ford’s distinctive turn handling gave the Mach-E a driving style. Surprisingly pleasant on a twisty country road. This EV is appealing.

Ford hasn’t announced the Mach-E yet. We’ll update our grade if anything changes, but last year’s Premium trim with the extended-range battery had the best blend of features, range, and pricing.

Mach-E Mustangs

The Ford Mustang Mach-E is a five-seat crossover SUV/wagon. GT, California Route 1, Select, and Premium are the four trims. The battery and electric motor setup affects EPA-estimated range and power.

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