Ford is officially in the electric vehicle game, unveiling its new Mustang Mach-E SUV with a lineup of variants and trims, including options that can go 210 miles on a full battery and one that can go up to 300 miles. In total there will be five variants.
The base model comes in at $43,895, which is just slightly above the average price of new cars in the US. The base, or “Select,” model offers rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive configurations. It comes with a 75.7kWh battery pack, which Ford dubs the “standard range” pack. The rear wheel drive option has a 230 mile range and puts out about 255 horsepower. The all-wheel drive version gets 210 miles, but has a 0 to 60 time of between 5 to 6 seconds—a full second faster than its sibling.
The Premium variant comes with either the standard battery pack, or you can pick up a 98.8kWh extended range pack. It’s also available in rear and all-wheel drives, and has similar mileages as the Select model, but if you get the extended battery pack, you’ll get a 270 mile range on the all-wheel and 300 on the rear wheel. Pricing starts at $50,600.
There will also be the California Route 1 Mustang Mach-E and the First Edition. Both provide similar stats, but they dress things up a bit with options like aluminum pedals, red brake calipers, and other options. The crème de la crop, however, is the Mustang Mach-E GT. Starting at $60,500, this variant is only available in all-wheel drive. It gets a respectable 250 mile range out of the extended battery pack, but it offers 459 total horsepower. It only takes under four seconds for the GT to go from dead stop to 60 miles per hour. You can also get the GT Performance package and shave off about a second on that time.
Ford is set to make a big splash in the electric vehicle market. With five variants of the Mustang Mach-E coming online, there are plenty of options to get exactly what you want, whether that’s speed or range.