The Blue Oval has refreshed the all-electric Mustang Mach-E for the next model year. Now purchasers can place online orders for the 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E. Customer deliveries should begin in February at the earliest.
The refreshed 2022 Mustang Mach-E gets an increase in usable battery capacity, different prices, some changes to the color palette. Order banks have already opened on the company’s website.
The optional extended range battery pack of the model is enlarged from 88 to 91 kilowatt per hour, while the standard pack’s usable capacity increases from 68.0 to 70.0 kWh. More battery capacity normally means more driving range in the real world. Nevertheless, Ford says the official figures remain the same (from 211 up to 305 miles), as EPA is not making the repeated test for the 2022 Mach-E.
UPDATE of 12.18.2021: The 2022 Mustang Mach-E California Route 1 has a driving range of 314 miles on a full charge with an extended range battery and rear-wheel drive, according to EPA estimates.
Other changes include the availability of all-wheel drive, in addition to heating of steering wheels and seats, for the California Route 1 trim. The AWD-only sports GT version and the GT Performance Edition receive a standard black roof which was an option before. A new Premium Ice White Edition Appearance Package is available for the 2022MY, as well as a new Iced Blue Silver Metallic color.
As for the 2022 prices compared to the 2021 ones, the base model, Select cost $43,895, Premium is $49,200 – plus $500, California Route 1 is $51,875 – a rise by $375. GT cheapens by $1005 and now costs $59,995. Customers will have to pay $2,700 extra for an optional all-wheel drive.
Deliveries of the 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E will begin next year. The Select and California Route 1 models will reach customers in February 2022, while the Premium and GT versions will be arriving in their owners’ hands starting from April.
Source: Car and Driver