476 km for longest-range Mach E
Deliveries expected to start next month
Ford has just announced that its range figures for the Mustang Mach-E have been certified by the EPA, and that all of its targets were met. And that news is arriving just in time, with deliveries of the electric crossover expected to start within weeks.
The EPA range target for the longest-range Ford Mustang Mach-E Extended-Range rear-drive model was 300 miles, and that’s exactly what the EPA certified it for. That’s just under 500 km, so it’s not going to be the longest range electric crossover around, but it’s still a respectable figure for the electric Mustang.
Standard Range AWD models targeted 230 miles (373 km) and was certified for that figure, while eAWD Standard and Extended-Range range were targeting an estimate of 210 and 270 miles (340 and 437 km) respectively. The Standard Range model got one mile more on the official figures while the Extended-Range was as expected.
Calfornia Route 1 special edition models, targeted at 300 miles, haven’t yet completed testing as they’re expected to come to market later.
“This validation by the EPA comes at a perfect time as the Mustang Mach-E is gearing up to take on the open road,” said Darren Palmer, global director, Battery Electric Vehicles, Ford Motor Company.
The first US deliveries of the Ford Mustang Mach-E are set to start in December, with other models expected early next year.