Ford North America has added a generous sprinkling of Bronze to its electrified Pony car and ramped up the performance courtesy of a mystery power upgrade. The brand is tight-lipped regarding the optional power upgrade but has said that it will be the fastest Mach-E GT with the quickest 0-100 km/h time. Do note that the standard GT Performance rockets to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds courtesting of a dual motor layout with a healthy power output of 480HP.
There are more standard features on the GT with a MagneRide Damping System, 385-millimetre front rotors with red-painted Brembo branded front brake callipers, and a 10-way adjust performance seat.
Visually, the bronze appearance package ups the glamour quotient with a large bronze mesh grille, 20-inch Bronze aluminium wheels and GT badges painted in ‘Sinister Bronze’.
We think, this new ‘Eruption Green’ paint job combines the best with the Bronze package but you can also tick the Shadow Black and Star White Metallic Tri-Coast colour option with this. We also expect a similar treatment on the inside with Bronze accents scattered all over.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E Bronze is currently only for the US market and has not been confirmed for Australia but we think it should also make its way here considering it is a tasteful upgrade in terms of aesthetics and more performance.
Prices for the extended range battery Mach-E with this Bronze appearance package start at $60,990 USD while the performance upgrade will further add to the price.
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