2022 Ford Mustang Mach-e
The all-electric 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E is a strikingly good-looking and vigorously athletic luxury SUV. Although it is not technically connected to the conventional Ford Mustang, it derives a great deal of inspiration from Ford’s icon in terms of both its appearance and its driving experience. It is not the quickest electric vehicle available, and others on the market have a greater range. However, we believe it provides a fantastic balance of performance and range, particularly considering the very well-appointed interior and outstanding in-car technology.
The 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-e has 4 trim levels
- California Route 1
Performance and Fuel Economy
It was possible to order the 2022 Mach-E with either a standard-range battery pack with a capacity of 70.0 kWh or an extended-range battery pack with a capacity of 91.0 kWh. These provide power to an electric motor positioned behind or between the axles. This latter combination results in all-wheel drive, and the combined output of the motors on the sporty GT and GT Performance variants is 480 horsepower and up to 634 pound-feet of torque. The power output of less potent variants ranges from 266 to 346 horsepower and 317 to 428 pound-feet of torque.
Character is imparted to the Mach-E by the Mustang components. In most cases, they have a lengthy hood but relatively modest overhangs at the front and the back. To be more specific, they include a similar “grille” design (although an electric vehicle’s front fascia does not have a traditional grille), a shapely hood, flared fenders, sequential taillights, and Mustang galloping horse logo on the nose, steering wheel, door sills, and liftgate.
Mache-E Design Specific
Ford’s electric crossover has a roofline that tracks a coupe-like design, similar to the BMW X6, and this contributes to the crossover’s overall athletic taste. It all comes together to create an appealing appearance that will not cause your neighbors to think about every other crossover on the street.
A driver’s seat powered in eight different directions and comes standard with adequate bolstering and enough space for the driver’s head and legs are desirable. The front passenger’s seat is manually adjustable in four directions, making it more difficult to find a comfortable position. The design takes influences from the Mach-E Mustang, but the long and sloping roofline offers enough head space in the back, especially for passengers who are taller than average.
Consumers get Ford Owners Manual containing all the required information for future maintenance and modifications at purchase:
- Important Safety Instructions
- Maintenance Record
The owner’s manual for the 2022 Ford Mach-e provides more operational suggestions to enhance the user experience.
If necessary, three people can sit across from each other, but nobody in the back will be thrilled about it. Passengers are protected from the sun’s rays and kept cool by a permanent panoramic glass canopy that gives the impression of being open. The headspace is increased by 1.5 inches, in contrast to most sunroofs, which decrease headroom.
Base Mach-E Features
The basic edition of the 2022 Mustang Mach-E Select comes standard with LED lighting for the exterior, wireless phone charging, a digital cluster display measuring 10.2 inches, and a massive infotainment touchscreen measuring 15.5 inches and angled vertically. Higher trim levels provide additional features and options, such as a hands-free liftgate, heated front row seats and steering wheel, power-folding mirrors, a 10-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system, and multicolor ambient inside lighting.
- Height: 63.9 in
- Length: 186 in
- Width: 74.1 in
- Curb weight: 4727 lbs
Engine type: Electric
2022 Ford Mach-e Price
The rates for the 2022 Ford Mach-e
- California Route 1: $55,475 or €54392
- GT: $61,995 or €60785
- Premium: $51,800 or €50789
- Select: $46,595 or €45685
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the battery range of the 2022 Mach-e?
What kind of outlet will I need at home to charge my Mach-e?
Is there is 2022 recall on the Mach-e?
Yes, there is a possible overheating problem of the battery main contactors.