Ford is accepting reservations for the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E.
The first to hit the streets will be the Premium trim level priced at $50,600. Deliveries will start in late 2020.
Two trim levels, namely the base Select (from $43,895) and the California RT.1 Edition ($52,400) will be available in early 2021.
The range-topping Mach-E GT is set to come next spring. It costs $60,500. For this version, Ford has recently added a pair of fresh pain options – catchy Cyber Orange Metallic and more conservative Dark Matter Gray.
The prices exclude the $1,100 Destination and Delivery Fee and the $7,500 Federal Tax Credit.
Customers can choose between rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive, a 75.7-kWh standard range battery and a 98.8-kWh extended range battery.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E Premium, which reaches the customers first, offers four powertrain variants:
- Standard Range Battery RWD, 230 mi, 75.7 kWh, 190 kW/255 hp;
- Standard Range Battery AWD (adds $2,700), 210 mi, 75.7 kWh, 190 kW/255 hp;
- Extended Range Battery RWD (adds $5,000), 300 mi, 98.8 kWh, 210 kW/282 hp;
- Extended Range Battery AWD (adds $7,700), 270 mi, 98.8 kWh, 248 kW/332 hp;
0-60 mph acceleration is between the mid five and low six seconds.
The Premium grade’s equipment list includes 19-inch aluminum wheels, a handsfree foot activated liftgate, a panoramic fixed-glass roof, heated steering wheel and 1st-row seats, Memory Driver Seats & Power Folding Mirrors, Active Park Assist 2.0, a 360-degree camera, a B&O 10-speaker sound system.