The Ford Mustang Mach-E GT can go the distance. Well, more of the distance than expected.
The upcoming electric utility vehicle has received a 270-mile range rating from the EPA, which is 20 miles more than Ford predicted.
2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT available early fall 2021. (Closed course. Professional driver. Do not attempt.)
A more powerful Performance Edition of the GT saw an even bigger boost on the official tests, from 235 miles to 260 miles per charge.
The GT is the top Mach-E trim and has a starting price of $61,000 before the federal $7,500 tax credit is deducted. Both versions use an 88 kilowatt-hour battery pack and have all-wheel-drive powertrains rated at 480 hp, with GT getting an increase in torque from 600 lb-ft to 634 lb-ft that makes it good for a 3.5 second sprint to 60 mph, according to Ford.