The upcoming Mustang Mach-E can withstand hazardous conditions on the most challenging roads thanks to its very capable all-wheel-drive system, Ford states.
The company’s engineers tested the car in extremely cold weather at Smithers Winter Test Center, an 800-acre world-class facility in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
To enable an immediate response in low traction and ensure performance, the team integrated e-drive propulsion, all-wheel-drive calibration and brake control for optimization of fine motor skills.
There is a great demand for the Ford Mustang Mach-E with all-wheel drive in the USA, especially in the north and mid-west.
Almost all reservations in such states as New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusett are for an AWD version.
The new Ford Mustang Mach-E is priced from $44,995 to over $60,000. Reservations are open for a $500 deposit.
The model comes in several configurations, including Select, Premium, California Route 1, GT, and GT Performance Edition.
The first deliveries will start in late 2020 (presumably in November), the rest will reach customers during 2021.