The Ford Mustang Mach-E has been unofficially revealed, thanks to leak images courtesy of a member of the Mach E form.
Production version of the highly anticipated Mustang-based all-electric Ford mid-size SUV has been a closely guarded secret for months, with only renderings and teaser sketches keeping fans hooked. The images surfaced today shows the end product for the first time, ahead of its official debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show this weekend.
Inheriting design cues from the Mustang, the Mach-E features a sleek coupe-like roof line, long bonnet and a modern interpretation of the pony car’s famous triple bar taillights.
The screen grabs from what looks like a Mach-E configuration page also include some technical specification. There will be several variants of the Mach-E including a First Edition model, with both all-wheel and rear-wheel drive available. The range-topping all-wheel drive GT version with extended-range battery seems to have a 300 mile (480km) range and a 0 to 60mph (96km/h) sprint time of around 3.5 seconds. A 10-minute charge time will give 47 miles (75km) of range.
The Mustang Mach-E is Ford’s first ever mass production EV. It will go on sale in North America this month, with other major markets expected to receive the SUV in early 2020.