In 2021, Ford has manufactured more Mustang Mach-E vehicles than conventional Mustangs running on gasoline.
The same cannot be said about sales yet, but the company has high hopes for the battery-electric Mustang. The company made 27,816 units of Mustang Mach-E versus 26,089 gas-powered Mustang models this year.
Ford is prioritizing its newest models – the Mach-E, F-150 EV, and the Bronco SUV, and distributes its scarce supply of semiconductor modules in their favor. For this reason, Ford’s factory in Michigan did not build any gasoline Mustang in May. Today the Ford Mustang Mach-E surpasses the regular Mustang in production.
By 2030, Blue Oval expects that four in ten models it sells to be electric. The Ford Mustang Mach-e went on sale in 2020. It celebrated top sales in Norway last month. Admittedly, Norwegians are the biggest electric car enthusiasts.
As for Americans, they are in no hurry to switch to electric vehicles and are still faithful to the pony car. Currently, the gasoline Ford Mustang outsells the Mach-E by almost three-to-one in the country.
Ford’s CEO says the Mach-E is much stronger in the world than expected, so Ford has fully run out of stock. In the USA, the wait for a Mach-E “is months.”