Forget Tesla. Forget MG EV. Ford’s Mustang Mach-E is almost on the boat.
Due to arrive in Australian showrooms late this year, you can reserve your Mach-E now.
Reservations, rather than orders for the five-seat, electric SUV can be made online from Wednesday this week — we’re not sure what the difference is?
Although it shares a name with Ford’s famous pony car, that’s where any similarities end, we’re afraid.
Mach-E is a completely different beast and sits on Ford’s Global Electrified 1 (GE1) platform, a heavily reworked version of the C2 platform used for fourth generation Focus and third generation Kuga and fourth generation Escape
Ford says customers will be able to secure their reservation of a Mustang Mach-E via ford.com.au on the afternoon of May 10, with production of the first allocation of vehicles coming to Australia set to begin imminently.
But here’s the thing, you’ll have to wait until Wednesday to find out how much your Mach-E will cost — there’s nothing like a bit of drama.
To purchase a Mustang Mach-E, customers can access a portal at ford.com.au that will go live on May 10.
Then they will be able to select a variant, create a Ford account and pay a set reservation fee of $1000 to the authorised Ford EV dealer of their choice.
A trio of Mustang Mach-E variants will be offered in Australia: Select, Premium, and GT.