Ford Mustang Mach-E GT

Ford Mustang Mach-E GT UK orders open from £67,225

The Ford Mustang Mach-E GT is now available to order in the UK from £67,225.

The Ford Mustang Mach-E GT can accelerate from 0-62 mph in 3.7 seconds – making it Ford’s fastest accelerating European five-seater ever, as well as having more torque than any production Ford road-vehicle ever offered to customers in Europe.

The Mustang Mach-E GT has a dual-motor, all-wheel drive, battery-electric powertrain, advanced MagneRide adaptive suspension and high-performance Brembo braking system.

The Mustang Mach E GT also features a unique powertrain calibration that engages a greater proportion of torque at the rear wheels than other Mustang Mach-E all-wheel drive variants, supported by specially-developed tyres that can distribute the extreme torque to the road surface.

In addition, a new Untamed Plus drive mode is designed to help drivers balance the powertrain output on a track for lap time consistency – simultaneously adjusting traction and stability control for a more exciting driving experience where regulations and conditions allow.

Bespoke specification includes Ford Performance sports seats, standard 20-inch alloy wheels, exclusive Grabber Blue and Cyber Orange colours, and unique body-styling.

Equipped as standard with an 88 kWh extended range battery, the Mustang Mach-E GT delivers up to 310 miles WLTP driving range between charges.

Charging with up to 150 kW can add an average of 60 miles driving range within approximately 10 minutes of charging, and it can charge from 10 per cent to 80 per cent battery capacity within approximately 45 minutes.

The standard MagneRide adaptive suspension electronically controls magnetorheological fluid inside the damper to respond in real time to changing road conditions and can adjust the vehicle’s character in line with the selected drive mode.

Braking and tyre specifications are also unique to the Mustang Mach-E GT. Ford worked with Pirelli to develop a bespoke 245/45 R20 tyre compound and tread pattern specifically to complement the model’s additional power, torque and all-wheel drive performance. Fitted to 8-inch-wide wheels – 1 inch wider than the standard Mustang Mach-E wheels – the unique tyres provide exceptional grip and lateral stability for sports car handling. The Mustang Mach E GT’s 385 mm diameter Brembo ventilated front brake discs are the largest of any Mustang Mach-E model.

Two AC motors individually drive the Mustang Mach E GT’s front and rear wheels, combining to produce up to 487 PS or 358kW of power and an unprecedented 860 Nm of torque – almost 15 per cent more torque than the exclusive, ultra-high-performance Ford GT supercar.

The all-new, oil-cooled, permanent magnet, synchronous rear-mounted motor reaches peak torque in 0.5 seconds, with the all-wheel drive system’s front-mounted motor independently providing additional power, torque and traction at the front wheels.

The powertrain is configured to progressively increase the rearward balance of torque distribution as drivers cycle through Whisper, Active and Untamed drive modes respectively – adjusting the driving characteristics between front-wheel drive biased SUV and dynamic, rear-wheel drive biased sports coupe.

Mustang Mach E GT drivers also benefit from an exclusive Untamed Plus mode. Alongside the sharpened steering, enhanced throttle response, stiffened suspension, simulated downshifts and augmented interior sound of Untamed mode, the Untamed Plus feature calibrates the powertrain for consistent power and torque delivery in repeated high power-demand scenarios on a track. The setting also adjusts traction and stability controls to limit intervention for track driving enthusiasts, and augmented powertrain sound is amplified so you even hear it when stationary.

Customers will be supported by the FordPass Charging Network, delivering seamless, integrated access to charging across Europe – for complete peace-of-mind on the move.

A limited number of early release Mustang Mach-E GT models are available to order now with deliveries in the UK expected to begin later this year.

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