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.
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.