One of the most loved and hated products the Ford has made is the Ford Mustang Mach-E. People like that the car is stylish and has a decent driving range without being insanely expensive. What a lot of people don’t like is that the Mustang Mach-E wears the Mustang name at all. The car is being produced at the Cuautitlan Stamping and Assembly Plant in Mexico.
Recently, some images turned up on the Facebook site for the stamping plant showing a silver Mustang Mach-E First Edition that is presumably a preproduction or early production model. There is no description with any of the images to let us know exactly what the deal with the car is. We only know what we see, which is a silver car with some other images clearly showing the First Edition logos on the door scuff plates.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E sits inside a roped-off area, and several employees posed for photographs with the car. It’s nice to see some images of the car without camouflage in the real world that aren’t Ford press images that are overly staged. The silver Mach-E looks very nice in the color.
The First Edition is all sold out and can’t be reserved at this time. Ford has said if First Edition Mach-Es that are reserved aren’t sold, they will be sold to other buyers. The silver color of the First Edition in the images isn’t the most popular. The most popular hue is Carbonized Gray with Grabber Blue in second and Rapid Red in third. Ford also said that most who reserve the Mach-E are choosing the extended range battery, and more than half have reserved the all-wheel-drive version.