- On Sunday, Ford unveiled its long-awaited all-electric Mustang Mach-E SUV in front of the official opening of the Los Angeles car show.
- Ford also opened an online booking site for Mach-E, where vehicles may be reserved a $ 500 security deposit.
- Mach-E is the first new vehicle to join the Mustang lineup since the iconic pony car was introduced in 1964.
- Ford said the Mach-E can be fitted with an extended range battery and rear wheel drive that can reach 300 miles range on a single charge.
- In a "four-wheel-drive configuration," Ford said, "the Mach-E targets 332 horsepower." [1
- Two performance versions of the Mustang Mach-E will also hit the market by 2021. The GT trim "targets 0-60 mph in under 4 seconds," Ford said. The GT Performance Edition "targets a … 0-60 mph in the middle of the 3-second range." The horsepower for each is 459.
- The Mustang Mach-E will also get Ford's next-generation SYNC infotainment system, with a 15.5-inch central touchscreen.
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LOS ANGELES – On Sunday, Ford chairman Bill Ford and CEO Jin Hackett, with some help from Idris Elba (who worked at a Ford plant in England before making it big), revealed the long-awaited Mustang Mach-E .
The all-electric SUV was controversial when it was announced. Mustang purists may not have wished the iconic styling and nameplate of the pony car was used on an electric vehicle, much less a crossover SUV.
But Ford took the step and staged a Tesla-level extravaganza to introduce the latest Mustang to the world.  Check out Mustang Mach-E: