Safety systems are also fitted, including adaptive cruise control that maintains a safe distance to the vehicle in front and helps to keep the car central in its lane. Blind-spot assistance is also included to warn the driver of anything in the hard-to-see areas over their shoulders, while parking assistance technology is included in the price.
“Mustang Mach-E GT demonstrates the true potential for all-electric powertrains to dial up the fun-to-drive experience,” said Geert van Noyen, the vehicle dynamics manager at Ford of Europe. “This is a refined, premium specification five-seater SUV with the acceleration of a supercar and zero tailpipe emissions – a combination that was the stuff of dreams when I started my career as a car engineer 30 years ago.”
A limited number of Mach-E GT models will make their way to customers in the UK during the final part of 2021.