The Ford Mustang Mac-E has been the second best-selling electric SUV in its class with nearly 41,000 units sold in 2023. The updates made this year are quite significant and revolve around a newly developed rear electric motor from the F-150 Lightning, now utilized in-house. The front motor has also undergone hardware changes, complementing the upgraded LFP battery pack introduced last year.

The new Performance upgrade package for the Mach E GT (the GTPE trim is no longer available) still delivers 480 HP from its dual electric motors, but torque has been increased to 700 lb-ft, the highest in its class. According to Ford, this model can now accelerate to 60 MPH in 3.3 seconds, about 0.2 seconds faster than the 2023 version. It draws power from a 91 kWh battery pack, providing a range of 280 miles, up by 20 from last year. The longest range Mach E will now achieve 320 miles with the larger battery. Charging speeds have also been enhanced; you can now DC fast charge from 10-80% on a Level 3 charger in 36 minutes. Ford also mentions that later this year, you’ll be able to charge at a Tesla Supercharger using the included NACS adaptor.

The new color for 2024 is EruptionGreen and complements the Bronze Appearance Package, which includes newly designed 20” wheels. Pricing for the latest Mach E has decreased across the board, with the base Select trim now starting at $39,595 and the Mach E GT starting at $53,995, with options.

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