Since it launched in the U.S. for the 2021 model year, the Ford Mustang Mach-E has gone on sale in various other global markets, a list that includes Australia, Brazil, and Argentina. As Ford Authority reported last December, the Mach-E was also slated to launch in Taiwan at some point this year, and now, many months later, the EV crossover is officially on sale in that part of the world as well, the automaker has announced.
In Taiwan, customers can choose from one of three Ford Mustang Mach-E trim levels – the Select, Premium, and GT, each largely identical to its American counterpart. The entry-level Select comes equipped with the standard range 72 kWh battery pack and a single electric motor, giving it 250 miles of range and 288 horsepower. Stepping up to the dual-motor Premium nets buyers the larger 91 kWh extended range battery pack and more performance, to the tune of 368 horsepower and 310 miles of range.
In Taiwan, customers can also get the high-performance GT (not the more powerful Performance Edition, however), which is also equipped with dual motors and the extended range battery pack. The Ford Mustang Mach-E GT generates 592 horsepower and can travel 270 miles on a single charge, with 0-60 taking just 3.8 seconds.
As far as pricing goes, the Ford Mustang Mach-E Select is slated to start out at 1.899 million in Taiwan currency ($58,591 USD), with the Premium featuring an MSRP of 2.39 million ($73,740 USD), and the range-topping GT has an MSRP of 2.499 million ($77,103 USD)