Ford’s Mustang-Inspired Electric SUV Teased And Confirmed For LA Show Debut In Nov

Ford has released the second official sketch of its upcoming Mustang-inspired electric SUV, confirming along the way the global reveal date as November 17, 2019.

The new electric Ford crossover will debut during a special event in Los Angeles ahead of the LA Auto Show.

The new sketch reveals the body lines of the upcoming electric SUV, showing clearly the connection with the Mustang; these include the strong character lines on the sides, the window surround shape and even a sloping hood. Both headlights and taillights also appear having the characteristic Mustang stripes.

Also Read: Is Ford’s Mustang-Inspired Electric SUV Going To Be Rear-Wheel Drive?

Not much is known so far about the Mustang-inspired electric SUV, apart from a targeted driving range of more than 370 miles (600 km) on the WLTP cycle. This will be the first Ford to be designed as an EV from the get-go, riding on a new architecture and reportedly to become available in both rear- and all-wheel drive versions.

Sales of Ford’s new Mustang-inspired electric SUV will launch in late 2020, with recent reports suggesting that it will be marketed as the Mach-E. Customers will also get two years of free charging.

The model that will be revealed on November 17 is expected to be a near-production concept, with Ford announcing more details and its final name during that special event. Until then, stay tuned.


Ford Europe cites the date as November 18 due to the time difference with Los Angeles

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  • Can’t wait for the V8 version from Sherlby

    • Stephen G

      I hear Turbos are big on electrics now. You’ll probably see that first.

      • You know they gonna call it the FiveO…

        • Jay

          how does someone have so little to do in life that badly trolling a car blog is fulfilling?

          • Trolling? It was a joke, now when the new Taycan is called Turbo, yet dosen’t have a Turbo… If you knew about cars, as you don’t… You would know FiveO is a reference to the famous 5-liter V8…

          • Jay

            who the hell doesn’t know about the 5-point-O? oh right the “car guy” who keeps using this same “joke” on every post and calls it a Five-O.

          • Belthronding

            Come on man. he is one of us but with different taste

          • Jay

            How is he anything but a troll? He posts weird nonsense on everypost mocking something or another… really badly at that. This dude is lamer than the Michigan dude who types in all caps.

  • Elpatore

    That sketch looks a lot like a Levante.


      Nailed it.

  • Ben

    DD/MM/YY? Usually it is, MM/DD/YY for products released in the States.

    • Arct1c

      *Posted by Ford Europe*
      Maybe not act like the US is the only country on this Earth…? (Also, this is coming from another American).

      • Ben

        Yes, push the 19th and 20th century narrative that Americans are unaware of the outside world. Clearly Americans don’t drive imported vehicles, wear clothing made by foreign countries or spend their career working for international companies.

        Any other antiquated narratives or stereotypes you wish to share?

      • KidRed

        Domestic company doing an domestic model reveal in a domestic city, so yea, the date would expected to be in a domestic date format.

  • Ben

    The only SUV I can think of right now that has such a long hood(relatively) is the Dodge Durango. The Durango does this so it can fit larger engines(longitudinally). It makes no sense for Ford to do this…unless we may get a gasoline variant.

    • Nowan

      maybe it wants to have the biggest boot in the segment, since the back looks small

      • Ben

        Yup, it’ll be the first frunk to hold two bodied, not just the one.

  • Porkopolis

    Let’s see…
    1. Alienates Mustang fans
    2. Meaningless to SUV dotards
    Verdict: Just what ailing Ford needs right now.
    Also, some bots can’t read text in video. Bots that may or may not write articles.

  • Mr. Big

    Stupid car crash stories will now begin with, “A Florida man in an electric Mustang…”

  • Tumbi Mtika

    It looks like a Levante.

  • Marcus Meyn

    This will be interesting. My only feeling is that it will either be really expensive or not reliable. Let’s hope I’m wrong.

    • ErnieB

      Or both

  • KidRed

    Ford is an American company doing a reveal in an America city so why are they using the European date format?

  • ErnieB

    This one begs for a coyote v8 .. I like the lines tbh.

  • botornot387

    lines look really good from this short vid!

  • JRP

    If this going to be named Mach E, that might be why ford trademarked Model E. Trademarking a classic ford name, adding “E”, and applying it to a new series of EVs.

  • ErnieB

    Hope the interior doesn’t disappoint because the exterior lines point to something premium. I own a mustang and love it .. this would be cool to have, though if the bronco is what I expect it’ll win over this e-suv..

  • Maykel

    2 door?

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