The Ford Mustang Mach-E is still a relatively new vehicle and as an EV, not something that many would consider customizing, at least not as much as an ICE-powered vehicle. Regardless, while we may not be strapping superchargers or other similar upgrades to electric vehicles, EVs can be modified in a number of other ways, as we can see from this 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E from Tjin Edition that Ford Authority scoped out up close at the 2021 SEMA Show.
The idea behind the Tjin Edition 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E was to transform the EV crossover into the ultimate California cruiser, and it certainly looks the part. On the outside, this Mach-E California Route 1 features custom orange paint, a Draw-Tite receiver hitch, and a Thule e-bike rack that holds a pair of custom teal and white Rayvolt e-bikes. Other highlights include custom LED headlights, rear gate louvers, and a lit front pony badge and solar panels from Ford Research and Advanced Engineering.
To get this Mach-E on the ground, Tjin installed an Air Lift suspension with Vlair compressors, Air Lift struts, and a Universal clear air tank. That enables the driver to sit the crossover right on top of the Mach-E’s new rolling stock, which consists of a set of 22-inch Vossen ML-R1 wheels wrapped with Falken ZIE S/TZ05 tires measuring 265/35 at all four corners. To help slow the EV down, a set of Bear brakes with six-piston calipers set up shop behind those wheels.
This interior of this custom Mach-E received a host of upgrades as well, including Ford Accessories all-weather floor mats, an infrared rearview dashcam, a cargo area protector, DC Safety charge cord bag, custom Recaro Sportster GT white leather seats with lighting inserts, orange seat belts, and custom electric Razors with 3D-printed stands.
Tjin Edition clearly accomplished its goal of transforming this Mach-E into a cool California cruiser, as it would certainly look right at home parked near the beach somewhere, its owner and a friend out riding around on their e-bikes enjoying the weather.