It's an appearance package special.
Ford is set to revolutionize the electric vehicle (EV) market with the launch of its latest Mustang Mach-E GT, now featuring the alluring Bronze Appearance Package. This new addition to the Mustang Mach-E lineup not only enhances the vehicle's aesthetic appeal but also signals Ford's commitment to combining high performance with striking design in the EV segment.
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The Bronze Appearance Package, exclusive to the Mustang Mach-E GT, introduces 20-inch Sinister Bronze painted aluminum wheels, adding a layer of sophistication to this high-performance electric SUV. The package is further accentuated by distinctive Mustang 'Mach-E 4X' door badges and a rear GT badge, both outlined in the Sinister Bronze hue, creating a seamless blend with the vehicle’s overall style.
Customers can choose from three body colors to complement the Bronze Appearance Package: Shadow Black, Star White Metallic Tri-Coast, and the newly introduced Eruption Green.
However, the true excitement lies under the hood. Ford is teasing an optional performance upgrade that is poised to make this the fastest Mustang Mach-E yet in terms of 0-100km/h acceleration. While details are still under wraps, expectations are high, considering the current Mach-E GT's impressive 358kW and 890Nm of torque.
Beyond its aesthetics, the latest Mach-E GT incorporates advanced features, including the MagneRide damping system for superior handling performance. Additionally, it boasts 385mm front rotors with red-painted Brembo-branded front brake calipers and Ford Performance front seats with a 10-way power driver seat, enhancing both the dynamic and comfort aspects of the driving experience.
Ford has announced that online orders for the 2024 Mustang Mach-E will open later this year, with the GT AWD model with the extended range and Bronze Appearance Package starting at US$60,990. While it's uncertain if this electrifying performance SUV will be available in New Zealand, Ford enthusiasts can still enjoy the current-spec Mustang Mach-E GT AWD, priced at $116,990 with the extended range 98.7kWh battery pack.
This latest iteration of the Mustang Mach-E GT demonstrates Ford's dedication to pushing the boundaries of electric vehicle design and performance, promising an exhilarating and stylish driving experience.