Ford's Mustang Mach-E Details Leak Online

Ford (probably) accidentally posted the specs and design.

Ford's electric 2021 Mustang Mach-E will hit showrooms later this month. But fans who are brimming with anticipation won't have to wait past today to get a look at the newest pony to come from the American automakers.

It appears that Ford may have already revealed the sweet deets via their consumer website on Thursday. This was brought to our attention by the folks at MachEForum, however, attempts to head there now will land you on a 404 error page.

According to the details on there, the Mach-E will be able to take you 300 miles per charge while being able to hit 60 mph from zero in around three seconds.

The base model will be called Select and will cost $43,895, not inclusive of the $7,500 federal tax credit and destination charge. It boasts 255 horsepower and 306 pound-feet of torque with an estimated EPA range of 210 to 230 miles. It is said to have a five-second span between zero and 60 mph and should be available in rear or all-wheel drive.

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A Premium model with 255 to 333 hp, 306 to 429 pound-feet of torque and an estimated 230 to 300 miles of driving without a charge will also be available. This $50,600 model takes 5-6 seconds to hit 60 mph from a rested needle position and will also have rear or all-wheel drive options.

California Route 1 models will carry 282 horsepower along with 306 pound-feet of torque and an estimated 300-mile driving range, going from zero to 60 mph in around six seconds. They will only come in all-wheel drive, with 18-inch rims at a cost of $52,400.

A limited edition branded the First Edition will come with a powertrain boasting 333 horsepower and 429 pound-feet of torque. It will cost $59,900 and go from zero to 60 mph in 5 seconds. This version comes in three exclusive colors, inclusive of Grabber Blue Metalic, bespoke interior contrast stitching, First Edition scuff plates, brushed aluminum pedals, red brake calipers, and 19-inch alloy rims.

The fastest model called the GT will go for $60,500 and should be able to hit that 60 mph mark in three seconds with a range of 235 miles per charge. This one comes with 20-inch wheels.

It should be noted that all of these prices are exclusive of federal taxes or destination charges. Meanwhile, Ford claims that the models will be able to regain 47 miles within 10 minutes of fast charging on a 150-kw charger.

Source: MachEForum

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