Ford’s first hybrid SUV, the Mustang Mach-E, was introduced after teasing its design for a long time and many leaks on the net.

The American carmaker’s new electric pony car comes with a closed grille on the front with triple-pod headlights and a coupe-like roofline. At the back, the Mustang inspired tri-bar tail lights. The cars are based on dual-tone alloy wheels and they have a black roof.

The all electric 5-seater SUV comes with a multi-function steering wheel, a digital instrument cluster and a vertical touchscreen head unit of 15.5 inches on the inside. The SUV is equipped with the infotainment system Sync 4, speakers from Bang & Olufsen, a fixed-glass panoramic roof and ambient lighting. The Mach-E has a frunk as well.

The Mustang Mach-E could come with rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive variants. It is estimated that the power output will be 327 BHP and 565 Nm. Performance versions of 453 BHP and 830 Nm could be produced. The SUV will come in 2 battery sizes – 75.7 kWh and 98.8 kWh, and a range of at least 483 km is expected. Mustang Mach-E’s standard range is said to charge with a DC fast charger from 10 percent to 80 percent in just 38 minutes.

 

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Also see: Ford Mach E – Mustang-inspired electric SUV debuts Nov 17

 

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