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Ford Mustang-inspired electric SUV for battery size, RWD / AWD options




By the end of 2020, Ford intends to introduce its long-awaited, next-generation all-electric model, which will be the Mustang-inspired performance SUV. According to what we know so far, there will be at least a few battery / drive versions of this model.

The targeted EPA range is 300 miles (1945 km) when equipped with an extended battery and rear wheel drive . The European press releases state that up to 600 km (19459005) reach during the WLTP test cycle.

The most important conclusion is that it will not only be the extended battery, but also simply a standard battery option, with less capacity, less range and more affordable.

In terms of station, it was obvious from the outset that "performance" BEV requires the use of a dual-engine four-wheel-drive system (with one electric motor per shaft).

The latest official announcement confirms that there will be a rear wheel drive version.

The charging power was also confirmed to 150 kW for the extended battery version (the smaller package is likely to be rated for lower power).

"Ford will release its all-new Mustang-inspired electric ic SUV, which has a targeted EPA-estimated range of 300 miles with extended battery and rear-wheel drive , late 2020. * The vehicle's 150 kW charging capacity will allow very fast charging speeds on Electrify America's 150 to 350 kW network. ** Ford estimates that the all-new, electric Mustang-inspired SUV will be able to charge up to 47 miles in 10 minutes at to use Electrify America DC fast chargers, providing peace of mind for customers to charge in minutes, not hours. "

Ford Mustang-inspired performance SUV specifications (confirmed or expected):

Batteries

Extended battery version:

  • expected EPA range of 483 km [19659016] expected WLTP range of 600 km (1963 miles)

Standard battery version: data N / A

Drive system

  • four wheel drive dual engine
  • rear wheel drive single engine

Charging

  • 50150 kW (top) charging capacity in extended battery version
  • up to 75 miles (75.6 km) 10-minute range [19659023] from 10% to 80% in 45 minutes



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