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

The Mustang Mach-E managed 6.52 miles per 1kWh, securing a Guinness world record

The 840-mile drive was done in 27 hours

St. John O’Groats - a small Scottish village - was the starting point

The finish was at Land's End - the most western point in the UK

The "crew" consisted of three drivers

The Mach-E stopped twice to recharge, which took 45 minutes total

The Ford Mustang Mach-E Range Extended RWD version was used for the trip

This means 294 hp and 317 lb/ft. The 88 kWh battery allows for a 379-mile range on a single charge

However, the record was achieved with an average speed of only 31 mph

Still, the trip proved a point - EVs can be used for more than short trips and grocery shopping

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