Ford’s long-awaited Mustang-inspired electric crossover will be revealed to the world on November 17.
Rumored to wear the Mach E or Mach 1 designation, the EV has been partly revealed in a recent set of CAD screenshots, providing rendering artists with a golden opportunity to imagine what the finished item will look like. Probably the most accurate and high-quality renderings come from the Mach E forum, and you can see them in the gallery below.
Actually, they’ve released just one rendering – in three different paints that seem to be taken from the Mustang’s color palette. We really like what we see here and we believe you’ll do too, especially since these is not just the product of an optimistic fan’s imagination.
What you’re looking at is a rendering based on the recently leaked CAD screenshots as well as the teaser images released by Ford, so chances are the end product will look a lot like this.
Among the Mustang-inspired styling cues we can notice the headlights, bulged haunches, creased hood, and the sloping roofline. Despite being significantly taller and bulkier, the Mach E looks athletic and similar to a performance crossover. The fact that it’s all-electric is made obvious by the closed-off grille, although there are some discreet air vents at both sides of the grille and on the front bumper.
Besides the looks, Ford also promises the EV will share some of the Mustang’s dynamics too. Based on a new EV-only architecture, the crossover will reportedly offer both RWD and AWD versions with different power levels. The automaker says the Mach E will offer a driving range of 300 miles (EPA) or 370 miles (600 km) on the WLTP cycle.