The electric crossover Ford Mustang Mach-E was tested on a snowy track (video)

The use of modern electric vehicles is possiblenot only on clean city streets or freeways. American enthusiasts tested the Ford Mustang Mach-E electric crossover prototype while driving on snowy tracks. Testing conducted in northern Michigan. Ford engineers and YouTube organizers of Roadshow participated in the tests. Testing showed that the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E will be a real SUV capable of confidently maneuvering on the most difficult tracks in adverse weather conditions.

The first production models of the Ford electric crossoverMustang Mach-E will go on sale in late 2020. Basic vehicles will come with a 75.7 kWh (Standard Range, SR) battery pack. For a more advanced model, a 98.8 kWh (Extended Range, ER) battery is provided. Mustang electric crossovers will also be available in AWD and AWD RWD versions.

For model equipped with rear-wheel driveAn increase in battery capacity is provided, which allows you to travel about 600 km without recharging the battery through the WLTP cycle. The model with an increased battery capacity and all-wheel drive will be equipped with an engine rated at 33 horsepower (248 kW), capable of creating a torque of 565 Nm.

The Ford Mustang Mach-E First Edition model will besold at the end of 2020 at a price of $ 59,900 (excluding a tax discount of $ 7,500) The Select model, which is scheduled to enter the market in early 2021, will cost $ 43,895. Mustang Mach-E Premium will go on sale from the end of 2020 at prices starting at $ 50,600. California RT.1 Edition will be released in early 2021 at prices starting at $ 52,400 and the GT model will be available starting next spring at prices starting at $ 60,500.