Ford’s Norwegian customers have started receiving deliveries of their 2021 Mustang Mach E cars. To be specific, the first customer received their Ford Mustang Mach E today. Ford has been spreading out shipments to more countries, and that means that customers in the U.S. will have to continue waiting for theirs to arrive due to limited supply.
The small electric crossover is offered in multiple configurations starting at an MSRP of $42,895 USD. Driving range options are from 250 miles to 305 miles per charge, which is comparable to the range of gasoline-powered sedans (low 300s). The most powerful configuration offers a quick 0 to 60 mph acceleration time of 3.5 seconds.
The vehicle has drawn negativity from critics that prefer traditional Mustang designs, which are not crossovers. The Mach E is a very small part of a larger trend towards crossover vehicles, which offer more utility than sedans and coupes. It’s clear that SUVs consume more fuel than sedans. However, small crossovers give them a run for their money by offering more space than a sedan while conserving fuel.