Ford Mustang Inspired Electric SUV Coupe Teased Ahead Of Debut
Ford has released official ‘spy’ photos of their highly anticipated Mustang-inspired electric crossover. Putting that aside, Ford did confirm for new details about the upcoming electric vehicle which is slated to have an EPA-estimated range of at least 300 miles (483 km). First and foremost, Ford confirmed the crossover will be launched in the fall of 2020. That’s still a ways off, but the production model or a thinly veiled concept could debut at this Los Angeles Auto Show later this year.
Putting that aside, Ford did confirm new details about the upcoming electric vehicle which is slated to have an EPA-estimated range of at least 300 miles (483 km). First and foremost, Ford revealed the crossover will be launched in the fall of 2020. That’s still a ways off, but the production model or a thinly veiled concept could debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show later this year.
This latest performance EV is part of Ford’s most recent electrification campaign to introduce more hybrid and electric vehicles into its vehicle lineup in coming years. As the campaign continues marching forward, this push for electrification will eventually reach the famed Ford Mustang as well. Ford also pledged to focus on building and selling more SUVs and crossovers, as they remain popular, hence the company’s decision to make this new Mach 1 electric vehicle an SUV.
The iconic Mustang badge on the grille (which appears to be plastic, which is typical of electric cars), as well as the disassembled, skeletal view of the mechanical workings of the vehicle, are illuminated with the same shade of neon blue that Ford has been using to indicate electric vehicles. On the other hand, when the body of the vehicle expands in the ad, we can clearly see an engine, specifically a V-8 engine, so it is likely that this really is the hybrid that Ford confirmed is on its way over the past year.
It starts with showcasing the benefits of the electric propulsion system, including the decision to take advantage of the benefits of instant torque” — a fancy term that means electric vehicles can accelerate like hell if you want. But that’s just the start. We’re investing in an electric vehicle platform with right system power, motors, suspension, and tuning to get something really special that people would love to have.
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The Ford of Europe event confirmed that the often-teased ‘Mustang-inspired’ electric crossover will be more than a North American market. The vehicle, Ford said Tuesday, will be able to travel 600 kilometers, or 370 miles, on a single charge when it comes to market in 2020, an estimate based on European fuel consumption and emissions standard known as WLTP.