The rear wheel drive (RWD) Mach E has a 77.4kWh battery pack which offers 440 kilometres of WLTP range while the all wheel drive (AWD) variant has a 98.7kWh battery pack with 540 kilometres of WLTP range. The Mach E GT AWD on the other hand offers the same 98.7kWh battery with 500 kilometres of range but with improved performance.
Simon Rutherford, Managing Director of Ford NZ cited the Mach E’s tech and incredible performance as a particular standout of the electric Mustang.
Across the globe, 80% of Mustang Mach E buyers have actually moved from other brands to join the blue oval! The EV has also outsold the petrol Mustang 8:1 over the course of this year so far. Technical training is already underway for dealerships around the country as they prepare to receive orders for the Mach E.
Pricing and full specs will be announced soon with orders available to be taken soon.
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Words by Matthew D’Souza, pictures courtesy of Ford Media Europe & New Zealand.