The high-performance version of Ford’s electric crossover will hit the market this fall, with a starting price of $61,000 and a claimed time of 3.8 seconds to 60 mph. Ford has revealed that the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT will start at $61,000, with the faster GT Performance Edition model costing $66,000.
- The GT Performance Edition has bigger brakes, Pirelli summer tires, and magnetorheological dampers, as well as 214 pound-feet of additional torque.
- Orders will be taken starting April 28 and the GT models will be sent to dealers in the fall.
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Price and opening of this version
The GT and GT Performance Edition versions of the Ford Mustang Mach-E will arrive in the fall with 480 horsepower and a new track driving mode. The GT and GT Performance will go on sale on Wednesday, April 28th, with prices starting at $61,000 for the GT and $66,000 for the GT Performance. That’s $23,685 more than the Mustang GT with 460 horsepower and $1190 less than the Tesla Model Y Performance.
This engine is rechargeable and runs on batteries
The 88.0-kWh battery pack and two electric motors, one on each axle, send power to all four wheels in the Mustang Mach-E GT. Their front engine, on the other hand, is more powerful than the Mustang Mach- E’s. Total output is 480 horsepower and 600 pound-feet of torque, but the GT Performance Edition has 643 pound-feet of torque.
The GT will cross 60 mph in 3.8 seconds, while the GT Performance Edition will do so in 3.5 seconds, according to Ford. In our evaluation, the Premium AWD model with the larger battery clocked in at 5.1 seconds, 0.1 seconds slower than the 330-hp Mustang 2.3L High Performance.
Features of 2021 Ford
Both get an Unbridled Extend environment for their Unbridled drive mode—the other settings are Whisper and Engage—only that’s for track usage. It’s regulated by a tab under the drive-mode options. The new setting, according to Ford, balances power output for optimal track efficiency, changes traction and stability control settings, and floods the cabin with a quieter propulsion tone.
The GT variant is expected to have a range of 250 miles, while the GT Performance Edition will have a range of 235 miles. The California Route 1 model is the highest-rated Mustang Mach-E, with a range of 305 miles according to the EPA. On both GT versions, Ford’s BlueCruise hands-free driving system will be eligible.
Different colours scheme accessories
The colour scheme for Cyber Orange and Grabber Blue (previously exclusive to the First Edition model) is exclusive. A carbonized grey grille, red Brembo brakes, 20-inch black wheels, and GT badging are all present. Custom badging, 20-inch Pirelli summer tires (Continental all-season rubber is standard on the GT), 2021 Ford Mustang performance seats with metallic stitching (standard GTs get copper stitching), an aluminium instrument panel, and standard magnetorheological dampers differentiate the Performance Edition.