Now in its third model year, the Ford Mustang Mach-E continues to receive continuous updates, both in terms of software and features. For 2023, that includes some revisions to the available exterior color palette, with one hue in particular – Vapor Blue – making its debut on the EV crossover. Ford Authority previously spotted a 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E wearing this shade last July – along with the optional Nite Pony Package – and now, we’ve come across yet another Vapor Blue 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E, this time in Premium trim without the same darkened exterior elements.
As Ford Authority previously reported, the 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E added both Vapor Blue Metallic and Carbonized Gray Metallic to its lineup, joining Space White Metallic, Grabber Blue Metallic, Star White Metallic, Rapid Red Metallic, Shadow Black, and Cyber Orange Metallic as the available color options for this particular model year. Vapor Blue is a no-cost option available for the entire 2023 Mach-E trim level lineup, and can be outfitted in conjunction with all interior colorways, which consist of Black Onyx, Black Onyx with Copper Metallic stitching, Light Space Gray, and Performance Gray with Metallic stitching
For 2023, the Mach-E Premium is available with either the standard or extended range battery pack, and includes a host of features including a 10-speaker B&O stereo system, panoramic fixed-glass roof, a 90-day trial of Ford BlueCruise 1.2, the 360-degree camera, power liftgate, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and 19-inch aluminum wheels.
As Ford Authority reported earlier this month, the 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E recently received a round of price cuts, while standard range models are now indeed equipped with lithium-iron phosphate (LFP) battery packs, which adds 45 horsepower to eAWD models while also cutting DC fast charging speeds, enabling these vehicles to charge to 100 percent without battery degradation, and it’s adding more range to boot – with newly targeted EPA-estimated figures of 250 miles for RWD and 226 miles for eAWD. Meanwhile, production of the Mach-E has ramped up significantly over the past few months as well, following some revisions to the Cuautitlan Assembly plant in Mexico.