U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has rated a driving range for the Ford Mustang Mach-E GT and GT Performance Edition.
The GT and GT Performance Edition are top-of-the-range, most powerful versions of the electric Mustang. This couple is only available in a dual-motor layout – one electric motor per axle, all-wheel drive and an extended range battery pack with capacity of 88 kWh.
The power output of both is 480 hp. The GT Performance Edition’s torque achieves 634 lb-ft, while the GT has 600 lb-ft.
EPA estimates their driving ranges on a single charge as 270 miles for GT and 260 miles for GT Performance Edition.
By comparison, the Ford Mustang Mach-E with a 68.0-kWh Standard Range battery boast 211 miles when comes with all-wheel drive, and 230 miles in a rear-wheel-drive configuration.
The closest rival Tesla Model Y Performance that is a more expensive offering than the Mach-E GT, covers 303 miles on a single charge according to EPA rating. Like the Mustang Mach-E GT and GT Performance Edition, it is available with two electric motors and AWD, and its powertrain outputs around 470 hp.
The Model Y Performance is a bit faster than the Ford Mach-E GT: 3.6 seconds vs 3.8 seconds during 0-60 mph acceleration. The Mach-E GT with the Performance Edition package needs 3.5 seconds to speed up from a standstill to 60 mph. This package costs an additional $5,000.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E GT itself starts at $59,900 before taxes, fees, charges. Customer deliveries will begin this fall.