What are the benefits of the Ford Mustang Mach-E? Why does Ford’s global director for BEVs Darren Palmer say about “amplifying the attributes,” when mentions the Mach E?
The Ford Mustang Mach-E is more than a niche car. To remove an obstacle to acceptance, Ford put this model into a now popular crossover form.
But it’s not just about the high demand for crossovers. The Mach-E is available with 68-kWh and 88-kWh lithium-ion batteries, which are easier accommodated by a small SUV than a small sports sedan.
A True Mustang
Performance is one of the attributes that the car emphasizes. Ford tuned the Mach E for feeling like a rear-wheel-drive car – a Mustang we are used to. Battery electric vehicles usually feel as if they are front-wheel drive or flat.
Another attribute is throttle response. The Ford Mustang Mach-E reacts to the accelerator very fast – in just 0.1 seconds.
The maximum torque is achieved in 0.5 seconds, acceleration from zero to 65 mph takes 4.8 seconds.
For a lot of people driving this — a new majority — this will be the first time they’re driving an electric car. They’ll discover the feeling and will be delighted,
The Mach-E’s 15.5-inch center screen offers a lot of information, from the driving range to the nearest in-network charger.
Customers will be able to select from the Unbridled, Whisper, and Engage drive modes; hands-free driving will be available via CoPilot360, as well as over-the-air update functionality.
Flaws of EVs Are Unacceptable For Ford
According to Palmer, “the doors fit properly, the plastics and other materials color-match, the bumpers don’t fall off, the roof doesn’t come off when you wash it, the door handles don’t get stuck in cold weather. …”