FoMoCo brought a host of cool customs and one-off builds to the 2021 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, a collection that included more than one Ford Mustang Mach-E. Among that group, the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT designed and built by the Austin Hatcher Foundation was among the most prominent, as it was created as a way to eventually help families battling pediatric cancer through occupational and diversion therapy programs. At SEMA, Ford Authority was able to get a closer look at this cool, charitable build.
The Austin Hatcher Foundation 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E is equipped with a literal laundry list of modifications, which start on the outside with a front splitter and rear wing from Archetype Racing, AON3D-printed rear wing uprights, a black vinyl roof wrap from Wastegate Technologies, and a set of 20×9-inch Rotoform Alloy R-159 OZR wheels wrapped in 245/45 front and 265/40 rear Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires.
The EV crossover also rides a bit closer to the ground thanks to its adjustable coilovers from Motion Control Suspension, while 19-inch Brembo “Technical Bronze” brake calipers help slow it down in a hurry. Inside the cabin, this special Mach-E GT is now equipped with a set of reupholstered Ford Performance GTP seats, an infrared rear-view dash cam, all-weather floor mats, a cargo area protector, and a DC Safety charge cord bag, which round out the modifications for this particular creation.
The Austin Hatcher Foundation plans to run its Space White Mach-E GT at the 2022 Bonneville Speed Week with a goal of reaching 200 miles-per-hour. After that, it will be auctioning off its special build to help support the Chattanooga, Tennessee-based foundation’s nationwide operations, giving someone the chance to bring home a truly unique Mach-E GT while also supporting a great cause.
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The front grille area actually looks great. One of my biggest gripes with the Mach-E is the plain front end. I realize there is no radiator but aesthetically I’m used to a grille and EVs need to consider the eye of the beholder. This looks amazing.