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Ford Mustang Mach-E Starts at $44,995, First Deliveries a Long Way Off

Joey Capparella
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From Car and Driver

  • The new Ford Mustang Mach-E will start at $44,995 and range up to over $60,000.
  • Several different configurations will be available including Select, Premium, California Route 1, GT, and GT Performance Edition.
  • Reservations are open now for a $500 deposit. The first vehicles will start arriving in late 2020, with other models reaching customers throughout 2021.

Ford has already released pricing information for the 2021 Mustang Mach-E electric crossover, which starts at $44,995. The newest member of the Mustang family won't arrive in customers' hands for some time, though, as the first deliveries won't start until "late 2020," Ford says, and several versions won't go on sale until spring 2021. The company is currently taking $500 deposits for customers to reserve their Mach-Es.

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The least expensive Mach-E is the $44,995 Select, which comes standard with 255 horsepower and a 75.7-kWh Standard Range battery pack said to provide a driving range of 230 miles. All-wheel drive is a $2700 option and drops that estimated range down to 210 miles. It will arrive in early 2021, Ford says.

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Next up in the hierarchy is the Mach-E Premium, which starts at $51,700. It also comes standard with the Standard Range battery pack and rear-wheel drive. All-wheel drive is a $2700 option here, and a larger 98.8-kWh Extended battery pack costs $5000 extra. It boosts the estimated range to 300 miles with rear-wheel drive and 270 miles with all-wheel drive, and power output goes up to an estimated 282 hp with RWD and 332 hp with AWD. Premium models will go on sale in late 2020.

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The Mach-E California Route 1, starting at $53,500, is a special version that's optimized for maximum driving range. It has the extended range battery and rear-wheel drive, and targets a rated range of 300 miles. Special 18-inch aerodynamic wheels are on board, and it's not available with all-wheel drive. It arrives in early 2021.

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The first Mach-E models to reach customers hand will be part of a special run of First Edition models, starting at $61,000. These come only in a single configuration: with the Extended Range battery and all-wheel drive, and they come with visual tweaks including First Edition badges and red brake calipers.

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Sitting at the top of the lineup is the $61,600 Mach-E GT. It comes only with the Extended Range battery but has more power than other Mach-Es, with Ford claiming totals of 459 hp and 612 lb-ft. It comes only with all-wheel drive. Ford says there will be a Performance package available for the GT, and that this top-spec version will go from zero to 60 mph in the mid three second range. GTs will go on sale in spring 2021.

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