Windshields and sunroofs could fall off.
Exactly 38,714 have a faulty windshield.
Of these, 27,318 have faulty sunroofs.
The new Ford Mustang Mach-E is certainly making waves globally. Praised for its performance and range, it quickly outsold its namesake, the real Mustang, and went to on win numerous prestigious awards. Unfortunately, due to improperly bonded components, Ford will have to recall more than 38,000 of them.
The recall is global and impacts Mach-E EVs sold in North America and Europe. In all, 38,714 Mach-Es, built between February 24th and June 18th, may have windshields and sunroofs that were improperly bonded and that could fall off. As far as Ford knows, there have been no incidents or injuries reported in relation to this defect.
The fix is extremely, as reported by Automotive News. Dealers will simply replace the faulty windshields and sunroofs with properly attached ones.
This isn’t the first recall involving the Mustang Mach-E. Back in March, Ford recalled a handful of Mach-E EVs for defective subframe bolts. Overall, however, Ford’s done a better job launching the Mach-E compared to the Bronco.