Tesla CEO Elon Musk was quick to brag about how many reservations had been made for the Tesla Cybertruck. He has bragged about 200,000 people reserving the vehicle so far. Ford, on the other hand, hasn’t given any indication at all of how many people have reserved the Ford Mustang Mach-E First Edition or other versions.
What we know is that Ford can build 50,000 Mach-Es in the first year due to battery constraints. We also know that however many of the Ford Mustang Mach-E First Edition SUVs Ford had planned to build, it has hit that magic number. The Mach-E website still has images of the Mach-E First Edition on it at the top, but the image carries a disclaimer that says the model is sold out.
Anyone considering buying the Mach-E still can. All the other models appear to still be available. The big thing that the First Edition got buyers was three exterior colors that included an exclusive Grabber Blue metallic color. All First Edition models included unique interior color contrast stitching, First Edition scuff plates, brushed aluminum pedals, and red brake calipers. It took nine days from launch to sellout all the First Edition models.
Ford is still taking reservations on the Select starting at $43,895, and it will be available in early 2021. The Premium at $50,600 is still available starting in late 2020. Ford will offer the California Rt.1 Edition starting at $52,400, and it will be available in early 2021. The Mach-E GT will land in the spring of 2021 and start at $60,500. None of the MSRPs listed include options or the delivery charge. None of the prices include the $7,500 federal tax credit that is available on the Mach-E. With that tax credit figured in, the base Mach-E Select costs $36,395, not counting delivery.