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Ford’s Mustang-Inspired Electric SUV To Be Revealed on November 17

It’s finally confirmed, the all-electric, Ford Mustang-inspired SUV will make its world premiere on the eve of the Los Angeles Auto Show on November 17.

We’ve speculated about it for many months already, but the speculations are finally coming to an end. Indeed, Ford will unveil their Mustang-inspired all-electric SUV on November 17.

The date aligns with the rumours circulating around the web saying that the EV was launching at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show in November. That said, the date set for the reveal is on the eve of the Show’s press days.

Up until now, Ford never showed or said much on the upcoming SUV. The image above, released by the American manufacturer shows its silhouette.

What we do know about it is that the EV will be the first vehicle in Ford’s all-new division called Ford Icons. This division was announced this summer during the Woodward Dream Cruise and will bring together the most iconic models of the American brand.

Ford also recently mentioned that the all-electric Mustang-inspired SUV will have a range of up to 600 kilometers. The Dearborn, Michigan-based carmaker will also launch a website to tackle range anxiety. The website lets you put in your daily driving route and gives you how far you can travel between each charge.

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