Mustang SUV will now put down more power than originally planned

Expect a bump in hp, kilowatts, and torque in time for the late 2020 release date

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Ford’s all-electric SUV hasn’t even hit the market, yet engineers working on the Mach-E managed to squeeze out some extra horses and overall performance before its late 2020 launch. 

As the chief engineer on the project puts it, “These better-than-estimated performance figures show that our team is squeezing every last bit of performance out of this vehicle so that it not only delivers Mustang style but Mustang soul as well.”

Expect about a 4% increase in 2021 Mach-E horsepower

Here’s a look at the new numbers for the main Mach-E drivetrain setups, versus the originally anticipated figures. Overall, a healthy bump in ponies at around 4-percent.

Mach-E ModelNew HPNew PowerOld HPOld Power
Extended-range all-wheel-drive346 horsepower258 kilowatts332 horsepower240 kilowatts
Extended-range rear-wheel-drive290 horsepower216 kilowatts282 horsepower210 kilowatts
Standard-range all-wheel-drive266 horsepower198 kilowatts255 horsepower190 kilowatts
Standard-range rear-wheel-drive266 horsepower198 kilowatts255 horsepower190 kilowatts

Below are the 2021 Mustang Mach-E release dates for each trim level. Read our Mach-E buyers guide here for more.

SelectEarly 2021
PremiumLate 2020
First EditionLate 2020 in limited quantities
CaliforniaEarly 2021
GTSpring 2021
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