Ford Mustang Mach-E deliveries begin in China


Ford has commenced Mustang Mach-E deliveries in China, with the first unit delivered to Jin Zhang—who is an ad executive and apparently, also a Mustang fan. It’s not clear if he’s a fan of the pony car or this one; probably he’s just a fan of the Mustang brand. But anyway, the key was handed over to Mr. Zhang by Mark Kaufman, General Manager, Ford China BEV division.

The production of the Mach-E in China began in October. The Mach-E is being sold via Ford BEV’s growing network of direct-to-customer stores located in major Chinese metropolitan cities. Currently, there are 25 such dedicated BEV stores in the country.

Prices in China start at RMB 265,000 (including subsidies) and buyers have the RWD and AWD options. The 358 kW (487 metric hp) Mach-E GT is also available, priced at RMB 369,900 for the regular GT and RMB 379,900 for the GT First Edition. It is, of course, the RWD with a long-range battery pack that claims to offer the longest range—of up to 619 km (385 mi). The GT models compensate their 492 km (306 mi) range by delivering a 0-100 km/h (62 mph) sprint in about 3.65 seconds.

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