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2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E Production Picked Up In May

As supply chain issues ease, The Blue Oval has started to ramp up production on several of its in-demand vehicles. The company explicitly stated it planned to do so earlier this year, and Ford Authority has covered exactly how many additional vehicles have been coming out of the plants responsible for the Ford Maverick and Ford Bronco Sport, Ford Transit, Ford Escape, and Lincoln Corsair. Those are just some of the products that the company has been able to manufacture in larger numbers, and the 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E is also being produced in greater quantities as well, according to the May 2023 U.S. sales report.

Last month, the Ford Cuautitlán Assembly plant produced 13,639 examples of the 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E. That represents a solid 15 percent increase from April’s output, when the plant manufactured 11,858 units. It also represents the highest output for any month in 2023, as the plant paused production in late 2022 for several weeks to accommodate the changes necessary for increased output, which resulted in zero vehicles leaving the factory in January and just 360 EVs in February.

Aside from simply ramping up production, The Blue Oval has also made some changes to the EV mid-year. For starters, the standard range battery is now a lithium iron phosphate pack, a shift that also increased horsepower by 45 ponies for eAWD models. DC fast charging can also get the new batteries to 100 percent without degradation, and the automaker says overall charging speeds should increase compared to the old battery. Ford also made BlueCruise standard on all models via a 90 day trial for all trims and rolled out monthly and annual subscription plans as additional options.

Pricing for the 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E also changed, with most trims getting cheaper as a result of the new LFP battery. Unfortunately Cyber Orange is no longer available and the Mobile Power Cord is now a $500 option.

We’ll have more on the Ford Mustang Mach-E soon, so subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Mustang Mach-E news, and for comprehensive Ford news coverage.

Ed owns a 1986 Ford Taurus LX, and he routinely daydreams about buying another one, a fantasy that may someday become a reality.

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  1. Joe

    Mach E models are just sitting on dealers lots not selling. There was only 105 retail customer orders in Ford’s order bank for the week of the June 19th. People who have bought them have seen any equity vanish and are under water now so can’t trade for a new one.

    1. ronarb

      Not sure where your from or your source of data but here in Eastern NC I’ve been to or contacted six F dealers with no stock of Mach E’s on hand along with a waiting list for orders to be placed. Neighbors have a AWD extended range and love it.

      1. TIMOTHY

        I agree ronarb. I live in BC Canada. Like you in NC there no in stock Mach E’s at the dealerships and I am on a wait list. Delivery is due the end of summer or the start of fall for the AWD extended range Mach E premium Mustang.

    2. ron

      Same here in Michigan they are sitting all over lots not selling, my local one has had the same 10 in stock for about 2 months now and haven’t sold any. Noone is buying with the tesla price cuts and full tax rebates. Ford will need to cut prices another 10k if they want to sell any of these.

  2. Bob

    Ford dealers continue to ruin the brand. They have attached dealer markup and have no idea about the cars. It’s sad. You want a terrible dealer hastle buy Ford

  3. famlin

    Wow, 13,639 is big #. Lets hope all those are sold.

  4. Thomas

    Dealers don’t ruin Ford, Ford ruins itself.
    I ordered a new Ford which is delayed and I don’t have a bonus and a customer who orders now will get a bonus.
    This is how Ford treats customers. drama!!!!!
    I will cancel my purchase and never again a Ford.


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