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Ford's Strong Show At The SEMA 2021 Continues With Mustang And Mustang Mach-E Concepts

Ford’s Strong Show At The SEMA 2021 Continues With Mustang And Mustang Mach-E Concepts

Along with the Bronco, Maverick, Ranger, and F-Series concepts, Ford also brought Mustang and Mach-E builds to the 2021 SEMA Show

Ford has unloaded a bunch of concepts at the 2021 SEMA Show. If it were just the off-roaders and the trucks, we wouldn’t be too surprised. But, the automaker took things a step further by rolling out the Mustang and Mustang Mach-E concepts as well.

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This Mach-E Video Will Give You Anxiety and Pleasure At the Same Time

This Mach-E Video Will Give You Anxiety and Pleasure At the Same Time

This bloody cool video on Vaughn Gittin Jr. piloting his 1,400-HP Mach-E in the Faroe Islands shows that Ford has already gotten over Ken Block

Ford Performance and Vaughn Gittin Jr. collaborated for a video and it’s driving us crazy… in a good way, that is. They venture to the Faroe Islands, a place that seems to be pulled out of a fairy tale, to have some fun with a 1,400-horsepower Mustang Mach-E. This 12-odd minute video covers a whole lot of aspects – drifting on winding roads, the smart 1,400-horsepower Mach-E, the resting bitch face sheep, and of course, the fantastic cinematography, amongst other things.

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The Ford Mustang Mach-E Set a Guinness World Record for Efficiency

The Ford Mustang Mach-E Set a Guinness World Record for Efficiency

It seems the Ford Mustang Mach-E might be the end of Range Anxiety

Lately, the Ford Mustang Mach-E has been the most talked-about EV. It was initially met by mixed reactions as Ford not only slapped the Mustang name on it, previously belonging exclusively to the two-door pony car, but they also gave it many of the Mustang’s design elements, such as the front fascia and the tri-bar taillights. However, as it turns out, the Mach-E has one key redeeming feature, as it recently got into the Guinness world records book thanks to its efficiency.

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2,000 Horsepower's Worth of Mustang Mach-E Stopped By Jay Leno's Garage

2,000 Horsepower’s Worth of Mustang Mach-E Stopped By Jay Leno’s Garage

And Ford CEO Jim Farley joins the discussion

We just got word of the 480-horsepower, 634 pound-feet of torque Ford Mustang Mach-E GT Performance Edition last week and we’re continuing on the same note this week thanks to Jay Leno.

The charismatic car collector slash YouTube personality welcomed none other than FoMoCo CEO Jim Farley, who gave out more backstage details about Ford’s new electric car.

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The Ford Mach-E GT Performance Edition Is Almost As Quick As The Shelby GT500

The Ford Mach-E GT Performance Edition Is Almost As Quick As The Shelby GT500

The Ford Mach-E Performance Edition is incredibly quick, but still slower than the Tesla Model X

Ford just released info on the highly anticipated Mustang Mach-E GT Performance Edition, and the all-electric SUV is quicker than all Mustang models save for the Shelby GT500. It also comes with a bit more torque than the regular Mach-E GT, as well as extra features inside the cabin.

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The Ford Mach-E EV Is NOT A Good Investment

The Ford Mach-E EV Is NOT A Good Investment

Ford Expects The Mach-E to Depreciate by 20-Percent Each Year, Being Worth Just 39-Percent of its MSRP After 3 Years On The Road

The Ford Mustang Mach-E was introduced with great fanfare back in November 2019 as the company’s first true EV and an all-electric SUV that can match the mighty Mustang on the performance front. It’s been a year since then and deliveries have been postponed to 2021, but that’s not the biggest issue Ford has with the Mach-E. It seems Ford is bracing for poor resale values of the electric crossover, as revealed by a MachEClub forum member who got his hands on the company’s bulletin of lease residual values sent to dealers.

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Ford Knows It Can't Compete With Porsche and Tesla; More Affordable EVs Coming

Ford Knows It Can’t Compete With Porsche and Tesla; More Affordable EVs Coming

It may look like Ford’s backing away from a fight, but this is a really smart move!

Ford is the world’s fifth-largest automaker and there is a reason behind it. One can argue the company’s strategic moves over the years, but there’s no denying that Ford knows what it’s doing. Now with the world moving towards electrification, Ford has decided to pick its battles carefully and position itself as more of an affordable EV maker than a premium one that sells cars with six-digit price tags.

The company’s CEO, Jim Farley, has promised that Ford will be making electric vehicles starting from as low as $20,000 and not go past the $70,000 bracket. It looks like Ford is going for volume over profits in this segment. Is it a smart move?

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Ford Kuga PHEV Stop-Sale Could Spark Worry in Ford Mach-E Customers

Ford Kuga PHEV Stop-Sale Could Spark Worry in Ford Mach-E Customers

Does the Ford Kuga PHEV’s Battery Fire Problems Signal Problems for the Mach-E?

Ford launched the Kuga PHEV in the U.K. earlier this year, and so far, it’s been performing quite well, planting itself as the 10th best-selling car there in July of 2020. However, there’s a big problem brewing, with Ford being forced to recall and temporarily suspend global sales of the Juga PHEV because at least four have caught on fire. This problem seems limited to the Kuga PHEV, and Ford is only recalling models produced prior to June 26th, but does this spell trouble for other battery-electric models like, say, the Ford Mach-E?

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Let's All Take a Minute to Be Thankful the Ford Mach-E Didn't Happen in the 1960s

Let’s All Take a Minute to Be Thankful the Ford Mach-E Didn’t Happen in the 1960s

This 1968 Mustang-based SUV looks like really bad idea compared to the Mach-E

Are you upset that Ford used the "Mustang" and "Mach" badges on an all-electric crossover? Well, things could have been worse. Whether it should carry a Mustang badge or not, the Mach-E looks pretty cool. But we can’t say the same about a crossover based on the first-generation Mustang. Yes, we know that Ford never designed such a thing, but Instagram’s wb.artist20 just rendered this crazy idea, and it looks awkward, to say the least.

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With 1,400 Horsepower, The Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400 Is Useless But Awesome

With 1,400 Horsepower, The Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400 Is Useless But Awesome

The Mustang Mach-E 1400 features seven motors in total; five more than the standard Mustang Mach-E!

Ford is on a hot streak lately and it seems like nothing can go wrong for the company. Running high on the Bronco’s launch success, the Blue Oval has carried over the momentum to its electric steed – the Mustang Mach-E – by unveiling a performance prototype of its EV. This Mustang churns out a massive 1,400 horses and features seven motors in total! How about that!

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This Leaked Video Suggests That A Bronco Hybrid Is On The Way!

This Leaked Video Suggests That A Bronco Hybrid Is On The Way!

It shows an "EV Coaching" mode on the Bronco’s instrument cluster

Yes, there’s more news on the Bronco front. In all honesty, I think this past week should be called the “Bronco Week”. This time, the news is regarding a Bronco Hybrid. A video uploaded by “Input” on their YouTube channel shows the instrument cluster and the SYNC system. In one of the frames, you can see an “EV Coaching” dial. This can only mean that a Bronco hybrid is in the making.

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The Mustang Mach-E Pickup Is The Truck That Ford Should Build

The Mustang Mach-E Pickup Is The Truck That Ford Should Build

The world’s best-selling truck company could become the first automaker to have two electric trucks in the market!

The electric pickup truck market is arguably the most competitive segment today. Apart from mainstream automakers dipping their toes in this niche, several new startups have dived in headfirst. Rivian, Bollinger, Atlis, Lordstown, and many more are starting their automotive journeys with electric pickup trucks, but none of them have a production-ready offering on the road yet. However, if Ford were to capitalize on this rendering of the Mach-E as a pickup – which we think it should, it could have not one, but two electric trucks on the market. Would you buy a Mach-E pickup truck?

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Ford's Alliance With Volkswagen Means the Next Ford EV Will Be a Badge-Engineered ID4 Crossover

Ford’s Alliance With Volkswagen Means the Next Ford EV Will Be a Badge-Engineered ID4 Crossover

Ford Will Be Using Volkswagen’s MEB Architecture for its Future EVs

The Ford-Volkswagen alliance has been brewing for a couple of years now. Things started looking stale in between, but it looks like everything is getting back on track.

According to Ford Authority, the alliance between the two automakers is expected to be finalized by the end of June. Also, the German automaker’s board has approved several projects, one of which is a new Ford electric vehicle that will be underpinned by Volkswagen’s MEB platform. Do you think it will be a badge-engineered ID.4 crossover?

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