Ford is now inviting the Mustang Mach-E reservation holders in the U.S. to convert their reservations into official orders. The company has also revealed the updated power and torque figures, which suggest an upgrade from the original estimated figures.
The extended-range AWD Mach-E will deliver 258 kW (351 metric hp) and 580 Nm (428 lb-ft) of torque—up from the previous estimates of 248 kW (337 metric hp) and 565 Nm (417 lb-ft). The extended-range RWD variants will pump out 216 kW (294 metric hp) and 430 Nm (317 lb-ft) of torque—up from previous estimates of 210 kW (285 metric hp) and 414 Nm (306 lb-ft).
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The standard-range AWD variants will now offer 198 kW (269 metric hp) and 580 Nm (428 lb-ft) of torque—up from the previous estimates of 190 kW (258 metric hp) and 565 Nm (417 lb-ft). The standard-range RWD variants will deliver 198 kW (269 metric hp) and 430 Nm (317 lb-ft) of torque—up from previous estimates of 190 kW (258 metric hp) and 414 Nm (306 lb-ft).
Any changes on the range-topping Mach-E GT are yet to be announced. Until then, the estimates remain 342 kW (465 metric hp) and 830 Nm (612 lb-ft) of torque. The updated spec sheet mentions the usable capacity of the Standard Range battery to be 68 kWh and the Extended Range to be 88 kWh.
We remain dedicated to delivering on the promise of the Mustang name. These better-than-estimated performance figures show that our team is squeezing every last bit of performance out of this vehicle so that it not only delivers Mustang style but Mustang soul as well. – Ron Heiser, Mustang Mach-E chief program engineer
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