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Ford Mustang Mach-E Production Rebounded In April 2024

Following a flurry of demand for EVs in general, consumer interest began to taper off toward the end of 2023, though sales continue to increase. Regardless, this has left models like the Ford Mustang Mach-E in a bit of a flux, as The Blue Oval has been working to ramp up production for years, only to now face mounting inventory instead. As such, it didn’t come as a huge surprise to learn that the automaker built a grand total of zero Ford Mustang Mach-E crossovers at the Cuautitlan Assembly plant in Mexico in March, though that same model did bounce back in a big way in April, according to Ford’s latest sales report.

2024 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT - Exterior 001 - Front Three Quarters

After churning out 3,454 Ford Mustang Mach-E models in January and 2,315 in February, the Cuautitlan plant built none in March as the automaker worked to discount carryover 2023 models and make room for incoming 2024 Mach-Es. To a degree, that strategy worked as well, as Mach-E sales skyrocketed in the ensuring weeks, going from around 300 units per week up to 1,000 and even as high as 1,800, in fact. Over the following 30 days, Ford Mustang Mach-E share in the EV segment nearly tripled as well, going from 5.2 percent all the way up to 13.3 percent.

However, things picked right back up at Cuautitlan in April, as the plant produced 5,192 Ford Mustang Mach-E models there last month – far more than the first couple months of 2024, and obviously a rather large increase compared to the zero built in March.

Those shopping for a 2024 Ford Mustang Mach-E will notice that the crossover has received quite a few notable changes as well. Those include the deletion of the Nite Pony Package, California Route 1, and GT Performance Edition, and the addition of the MagneRide suspension as standard equipment for the GT, as well as the new Rally model. Additionally, the 2024 Mach-E gets a new e-motor that results in more power and improved range, to boot.

We’ll have more production figures to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Mustang Mach-E news and comprehensive Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Dan

    Ford can build as many fake Mustangs as they want, we still won’t buy them. Our family joined the grassroots boycott against EVs, and it is working extremely well. They’ve recently added Hybrids to the boycott as well.

    1. Terrin

      Hey if you like waiting in line and paying for expensive gas good for you but that doesn’t appeal to everyone.

  2. Rick Mitchell

    A Mach E is not a Mustang. It is an SUV that distantly resembles a Mustang. It is a pretend Mustang imitator.

    1. Terrin

      Since Ford owns the Mustang brand anything it sticks the label on is a Mustang.

  3. Jerry Beemer

    Love our 2023 Mustang MachE. I’ve never had so many people come up to me to compliment the looks of a car. The range is good and we can see more and more fast charging stations for long trips. Those who say they don’t like it, don’t have one. Some folks didn’t like the horseless carriage either.

    1. Samuel

      Except that Consumer Reports called out the MachE specifically for not being reliable. Consumer Reports also had a recent report on how ICE vehicles are much more reliable than EVs. You live in a fantasy land.

      1. Terrin

        I have owned many Ford vehicles over the years, my first being a Ford Mustang. The late model 2021 MachE I bought is by far the best vehicle I have ever owned by Ford or anyone else. Ford did a fabulous job. It is fun to drive, comfortable, sporty, packed with features, and has been super reliable. Further, Ford has constantly improved it with over the air updates. I don’t put much stock in Consumer Reports, but they rated the MachE reliability as average compared to ICE vehicles, and considering they have a bias against American cars, that is a pretty big thumbs up. I will never go back to driving an ICE vehicle.

    2. Terrin

      Completely agree. I get so many compliments. Just today I was waiting in my vehicle for a sandwich at Jimmy Johns, and somebody knocked on my window to ask me questions about it and to say how much he liked it. It is a phenomenal vehicle and so much fun to drive.


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