On November 18, the automaker Ford will launch its first electric vehicle for the mass market at the Los Angeles Motor Show. The first reference for SUVs with code numbers Mach 1, inspired by the famous Mustang model, appeared in January 2018. At that time it was said that it would allow up to 600 km (according to WLTP) to be filled.
Now the new vehicle is called "Mach E". The company also registered a trademark for this name. There has recently been a rumor that it costs around $ 50,000, comes in shorter and longer variants, and will be available in rear wheel configuration or all wheels.
The final product might only be seen in 2020. Ford also mentioned a fully electric F-150 truck, which will be sold after an electric SUV. In 2022, he plans to launch 15 electric vehicles. To achieve his goals, he wants to invest $ 11 billion in development.
source: theverge.com, media.ford.com.