Ford unveiled Sunday ahead of the LA Auto Show Mustang Mach-E, the long-awaited all-electric crossover and the first vehicle released by Team Edison, the automaker's dedicated electric vehicle organization.
short: Mustang Mach-E is different from all other Ford vehicles without ignoring the roots. It is undeniably a Mustang with its short nose and front overhangs, headlights and muscular posture. But it also has a design suitable for an electric vehicle as well as a brand new infotainment system and connected vehicle technology, plus a few other interesting and new details.
The moment is an important element for Ford, which has historically supported hybrid technology. Not only does it represent the biggest change for the Mustang in its 55-year history, it is the first product to come out of Ford's $ 1
This is not meant to be a matching car – the types of vehicles that are manufactured only to meet stricter emissions regulations in some states such as California, an important market for automakers, although the project originally started as one.
It is meant to be a vehicle that people get excited about; must be fun to drive and have what the performance Mustang diehards expect. It's no small task and anyone in the company viewed it as a risk.  "I've driven it and it's a rocket ship," Ford chairman Bill Ford said during the event Sunday. "This is a Mustang for a new generation, but I also think many Mustang fans like me would love it too."
And although there have been months of teasers and even a major leak, the unveiling Sunday provided fresh details about the vehicle.
Ford will offer five variants of the Mustang Mach-E, including a standard version called Select, a Premium trim, First Edition, California Route 1, and a GT Performance edition that targets 0 to 60 miles per hour acceleration in the middle of 3-second range and an estimated 342 kW (459 horsepower) and 830 Nm (612 pound-feet) of torque.
From $ 43,895
The most affordable version of the Mach-E will be the "Select" rear-wheel drive trim starting at $ 43,895 before using the $ 7,500 federal credit. However, "select" will not be available until early 2021. The selected rear wheel section has a 75.7 kwh battery pack with a target range of 230 miles. For an additional $ 2,700, the choice trim is also available in four-wheel drive.
The limited first edition starts at $ 59,900 and will be available in extended range, with red-painted brake calipers, metal pedal covers, contrasting seat stitching and a drawer plate labeled “First Edition.” First Edition, which targets 0-60 in the middle five seconds range, has a 98.8 kwh battery that can travel 270 miles on a single charge.
The first edition and premium clips will be the first Mustang Mach-E vehicles available in the fall of 2020. The premium version will start at $ 50,600.
The GT performance, which starts at $ 60,500, will be available in the spring of 2021. The GT performance comes with a battery pack of 98.8 kWh with a targeted EPA estimate of 250 miles.
Ford has opened a reservation page where customers can deposit a $ 500 deposit for any of the versions. A configurator that lets customers design the version is also live.
Like other electric vehicles on the market, Ford has given the Mach-E three driving modes. Whisper is, as one might expect, a quiet ride set on a comfortable ride. "Engage" is the midway mode intended to give it a Ford employee described as a "balanced" ride. For those who want top performance and enhanced driving, they can choose “Uninhibited.” Each driving mode is set with specific control controls as well as ambient lighting and sounds.
Drivers who choose Whisper or Engage receive blue illumination in the instrument cluster and other spots in the vehicle, while Unbridled has illumination with a copper tint and a progressive sound.
Mach-E also gets a next-generation version of its Sync infotainment system. The 15.5-inch vertical display sits in the center and is where much of the important, but non-essential, driving features are located. Stuff like music as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. A feature that stands out is the physical volume button that sits at the bottom of the vertical screen.
An interesting feature is that Mach-E drivers can run Apple Carplay or Android Auto while also displaying the native maps on the screen.  Meanwhile, Ford retained the instrument cluster, where all important driving information is located.
Ford supplies all variants with a home charger that can be connected to 120V or 240V outlets. Ford will also sell a faster home charger. The price has not yet been revealed.
The company is partnering with Amazon Home Services to assist with installation.