Ford Mustang Mach-E Walk Around Video Shows Off The EV: Video

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Ford has a new walkaround video that it has published that is hosted by Consumer Marketing Manager for the electric vehicle, Cristina Sanders. The vehicle used in the video is a First Edition, which have all been reserved at this point, with Sanders noting that it’s based on the Premium edition of the Ford Mustang Mach-E. That means it has standard all-wheel-drive and the longer-range battery pack.

The video starts with the “non-traditional” front grille, which is possible because the vehicle is electric and needs no cooling in the front. The front fascia will be different in the GT model, according to Sanders. The front end does have active grille shutters down low to help cool the battery packs as the vehicle is driven. We also get a nice look at the front trunk, or frunk as we prefer to call it, where Ford has said in the past you can put your cold drinks or shrimp in it for a bit of tailgating fun.

That frunk is water-resistant and can be rinsed out if muddy items are placed into it. Fans will also get a closer look at the different wheel options available with the version in the video using 19-inch B1 First Edition wheels. The charge cord is shown off that comes with all versions of the Ford Mustang Mach-E and allows the car to be charged directly from a 110 or 220 outlet. The charge port is above the front wheel.

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The video points out that the front and rear motors in an AWD Mach-E are completely independent of each other, allowing full independent adjustment for the front and rear power. One of the coolest things about the vehicle includes the door handles. Press a button on the pillar, and the door pops open automatically. There is a small fixed door handle that owners can grab to open the door, or they can simply grab the inside of the doorjamb. The video is well worth a watch for Mach-E fans.

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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  1. At 6:15 she mistakenly mentions the “shifter knob” which is really a rotary selector since this Mach-E doesn’t shift at all. If Ford wants to update the driving experience out of the gasoline engine era, they have to discard old vestigial gas engine elements, too.

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