Reservations are Full for Electric Mustang Mach-E

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If you were hoping to get one of the first all-new electric Mustang Mach-E vehicles, better luck


next year. Today, Ford Motor Co. announced that the list for the new electric sport utility vehicle is already full. Reservations opened to the public for a refundable deposit of $500 when the Mustang Mach-E debuted on November 17. It’s not clear how many reservations Ford offered, but the avid interest in electric vehicles (EVs) could not be clearer. More than 80% of customers in the US reserved the Mach-E with an extended battery range with about 55% electing for the all-wheel drive option.

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The Mach-E was unveiled in Los Angeles last month, showcasing the vehicle’s classic 1960s Mustang sports car design. This will be the first of over a dozen all-electric vehicles Ford plans to release by 2022. The company has invested upwards of $11 billion into designing and producing its electric vehicle line-up. According to Smart Energy International, more than 50% of surveyed consumers are interested in purchasing an electric vehicle, which explains why Ford is eager to join the ranks of Tesla and BMW by expanding into this growing market. Over 25% of reservations for the Mach-E were from California, and almost 30% of all US customers opted for the Mach-E GT.


Didn’t get on the list but still want to know your options? The 2021 Mach-E comes in two available battery sizes as well as either rear- or all-wheel drive. The five-passenger vehicle has up to 300 miles of driving range and boasts cutting-edge infotainment options, modern design features, and unique storage solutions. If you opt for the premium model and its $51,700 price tag, you can look forward to 19-inch wheels, a Band & Olufsen sound system, a panoramic sunroof, and a more powerful fast-charging capability. Whichever model you choose, one thing is clear: Ford is ushering in a new era of electric vehicles.

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