The day is here. The Ford Mustang that isn’t a Mustang—the Mach-E electric crossover—is charged up and ready to go. If you’ve been living under a rock for the past year or so, Ford has created an all-electric people hauler chock-full of Mustang design cues and the performance numbers are, well, actually better than all but the fastest of Blue Oval ponycars. But will it convert the faithful?
It might depend on the trim, of which there are five: Select, Premium, First Edition, California Route 1, and GT. GT has an option above it called GT Performance Edition that is the peak of Mach-E performance. Furthermore, there will be two battery options, standard range and extended range. And in addition to that, you can choose between rear- or all-wheel drive.