The newest Ford Mustang is here – and it’s not a V8-powered muscle car any more.
This high-rise, four-door crossover hatchback swaps combustion power for electric motors and a battery big enough for 379 miles of range, or enough to seriously rival any current Tesla. It’s also more than a Jaguar I-Pace, Mercedes EQC, Audi E-Tron or Polestar 2 can manage on a single charge.
Factor in some pony car-inspired design elements, a sprightly 0-62mph time of just 5.1sec, and a £57,980 asking price, and it certainly looks promising on paper. But is all that enough to make it a must-have EV?
Matt Saunders gets behind the wheel on UK roads, ahead of the car’s public launch, to see whether the Mach-E can live up to the Mustang name.
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