The Ford Mustang Mach-E was a hit from the day it launched for the 2021 model year, as demand for the new EV crossover quickly exceeded FoMoCo’s expectations for the model. Coupled with various supply chain constraints including the semiconductor chip shortage, this prompted Ford to stop taking orders for 2022 Mustang Mach-E Premium and California Route 1 trims back in February due to strong demand, though order banks remained open for Select, GT, and GT Performance Edition models – albeit with extremely long wait times of up to 32+ weeks. Thus, it’s likely no surprise that the 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E can no longer be ordered in any trim.
The official Ford Mustang Mach-E site has been updated with the following message – “Due to high demand, the current model year is no longer available for retail order. Limited inventory may be available at selected dealers. Contact your dealer for more information.” Previously, shoppers could configure Select, GT, and GT Performance Edition trimmed 2022 Mach-E models, but that is no longer an option. Additionally, every trim now features the message “not available to order” next to it.
The Mach-E remains one of the most considered electric vehicles on the market, with the high-performance GT and all-wheel drive also attracting a large number of buyers. This strong demand recently prompted Ford to cut discounts on the EV crossover, as well as more than double its battery supply for the Mach-E by 2023.
Those additional batteries will help Ford in its efforts to vastly expand its Mach-E production capacity to 200k units per year at the Ford Cuautitlan Assembly Plant in Mexico by 2023, as Ford Authority reported back in December. Previously, FoMoCo planned on building all-electric versions of the Ford Explorer and Lincoln Aviator at that same plant but nixed those plans in order to focus on expanding Mach-E production over the next year or so.