The Ford Mustang Mach-E

The Ford Mustang Mach-E is an all-electric reboot of the world’s favourite muscle car. First launched in the States around 4 years ago, it’s finally on sale here in Australia.

Was it worth the wait? In a word, yes. 

At a Glance

The Design & Features

From its silhouette to the iconic pony badge, the all-electric Mach-E is unmistakably Mustang, with the performance to match. Only now, there’s enough room for the whole family.

Starting at the front, the Mach-E features active grille shutters to maintain optimal thermal performance without sacrificing aerodynamics. These shutters open automatically when needed to ensure Mach-E’s electric powertrain performs at its peak – no matter the conditions.

With an impressive driving range of 470km, the Mach-E comes with 19-inch alloy wheels with aero covers to reduce aerodynamic drag, a heated steering wheel and artificial leather seats for ultimate driving comfort. The front seats are also heated and eight-way powered.

Other standard features include a massive glass panoramic sunroof which floods the interior with light, a massive vertical tablet-style 15.5-inch infotainment screen, a 10-speaker B&O sound system, a 10.2-inch digital instrument pack (in an ultra-slim panoramic aspect ratio).

It has adaptive cruise control, remote connectivity features, a wireless phone charging pad, wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, an electric tailgate and keyless entry buttons that illuminate when the key is nearby.

A signature design cue of the Ford Mustang since 1964, the Mach-E repurposes Mustang’s taillights with a tri-bar sequential LED arrangement.

There’s certainly plenty of room in the Mach-E, with generous leg and headroom in the back. 60/40 split-fold rear seats and two ISOFIX points which make it perfect for both kids and adults alike.

That said, it would be a bit of a squeeze fitting three adults or teens across the rear bench.

Whether packing for a lengthy road trip or loading the weekly shop, the Mach-E offers a practical and flexible load space in both the front and rear of the vehicle. The under-bonnet storage is slightly larger than that of the Tesla Model Y.

All in all, it’s a first-rate electric SUV.

There might not be a V8 under the bonnet, but there’s definitely a Mustang spirit in the Mach-E. 

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