Meet the Ford Mustang Mach E

The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach E, Unimaginable Power At Your Disposal

Mention the Mustang to anyone around you in Livermore, and you will notice how popular it is. The Mustang is one of Ford’s oldest car models known in Livermore. In this car, Dublin drivers experience adrenaline-pumping drives. The fun does not end there; Ford will release the 2021 Mustang Mach E that is all-electric. In addition to being powered by electricity, this car has an alluring design with modern technological features for entertainment and safety. One aspect of this car that will captivate Sam Ramon drivers is that it is an SUV.


Performance is enabled by a battery pack connected to an electric motor. The standard battery pack in the all-wheel drive is a 75.7 kWh or a 98.8 kWh. This combination gives you 612 pound-feet torque and an impressive 459 hp. In less than four seconds, it will achieve 60 mph acceleration. The car achieves 300 miles range according to estimated EPA ratings.

Interior & Technology

The cabin has five seats in two rows. Ford leaves generous headroom and legroom for tall passengers both in the rear and front seats. The material used in covering the seats is a cloth that is water-resistant and easy to clean when stained. Storage options are also several; there are a rear cargo area and a front-loading zone. The volume of the cargo area behind the rear seats is 29 cubic feet. Pleasanton drivers will have 60 cubic feet when they fold the back seats.

A standard technological feature is a 15.5-inch screen where you can navigate in East Bay roads. Also, you get smartphone compatibility, a Bang & Olufsen audio system, dual-zone climate control, charging USB ports, a power-adjustable driver's seat, a power liftgate, and a Wi-Fi hotspot. A panoramic roof is also available for Tri Valley drivers who love open-air drives. The roof also improves cabin lighting.

Driver assistance technology package includes Co-Pilot360, adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist, automatic emergency braking, lane-departure warning, and forward-collision warning.

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