Here's the Ford Mustang Mach-E before you're supposed to see it
It appears someone at Ford wasn’t careful enough with the upcoming Mustang Mach-E reservation website, because now a bunch of photos and specs have leaked three days before the car is set to make its official debut. A bunch of screen shots ended up on the forum MachEForum.com, and now we know a whole lot more about Ford’s first major EV before we were supposed to.
The interior is reminiscent of the Tesla Model 3 with a simplistic design and a very Tesla-inspired infotainment screen.
Although the specs may change upon official release of the Mach E; we know that comes in five trims, starting as low as the $43,895 Select model. It goes from there to the Premium at $50,600, onto the California Route 1 at $52,400, the limited First Edition at $59,900, and finally capping off with the top GT model at $60,500.
All these prices are of course before the $7,500 Federal tax-credit in the US. Furthermore, range is estimated at 270 miles for the First Edition, about 230 for the GT and Select, and then 300 for the others. However, unlike the actual Mustang higher-end cars seem to be AWD only.