Ford Mustang Mach-E pricing and features
The Ford Mustang Mach-E comes in three variants in Australia: Select, Premium and GT.
Select and Premium variants have a single electric motor driving the rear wheels, while the GT adds a front motor for all-wheel drive.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E has remote connectivity that allows monitoring of the vehicle, as well as locking and unlocking. It also has over-the-air software functionality, allowing upgrades using the mobile connection.
Pricing kicks off at $79,990 plus on-road costs for the Ford Mustang Mach-E Select, which despite its entry-level status, comes generously equipped. Standard gear includes 19-inch wheels, fake leather, a panoramic sunroof, powered front seats (with memory for the driver’s seat), heated front seats and steering wheel, powered tailgate, wireless phone charging, 360-degree camera and a 10-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system. There’s also a slim 10.2-inch digital instrument cluster, and enormous 15.5-inch central infotainment screen.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E Premium ($91,665 plus on-road costs) adds some red stitching, red brake calipers, and different alloy wheels with Continental tyres (replacing Hankook rubber of Select). There’s also ambient lighting and alloy pedals. Plus, there are also various design changes - including better headlights and shiny black plastic highlights.
At the top of the Ford Mustang Mach-E tree is the GT, at $107,665 plus plus on-road costs. It’s designed to channel some of the (real) Mustang muscle in the more practical EV version.
It gets 20-inch wheels with Pirelli P Zero tyres, sports seats, MagneRide electronically adjustable dampers, larger Brembo front brakes, and a front motor, which adds up to a whole lot more power, which we’ll get to. There are also various design changes, including the black grille and unique bumper inserts, as well as various trim elements inside.
Clearly, the Ford Mustang Mach-E has a premium price tag that will limit its appeal, but it also has some big targets. Its toughest competitor is the Tesla Model Y, although it will also compete with the Hyundai Ioniq 5, Kia EV6, Polestar 2 and upcoming Subaru Solterra and Toyota bZ4X.