The First Edition 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E is officially sold out. This reflects only the inventory delegated to the United States, so the Mach-E still has some availability globally. Ford opened the Mach-E reservations after it’s unveiling on November 17, and it took only nine days to sell out in America. Sold out doesn’t mean gone forever though. This will just be the first variation distributed. Consumers who reserved another variant will be placed on a short hold.
The Mustang Mach-E First Edition will be priced at $59,900 plus the destination fee. The First Edition model comes equipped with a dual-motor all-wheel drive with 333 horsepower, and up to 270 miles of range. Unique to the Mach-E are model-specific scuff plates, brushed aluminum pedal caps, red brake calipers, and contrast stitching.
Besides the First Edition, the Ford Mustang Mach-E lineup will have four trim levels called Select, Premium, California Route 1, and GT. The pricing ranges from $43,895 for the entry-level Select to $60,500 for the flagship GT. The First Edition Mach-E will being to deliver in late 2020, and the GT will be available in the spring of 2021. Looking at the global economy, the First Edition is still available in France, German, the United Kingdom, and a few other countries. Ford plans to build 50,000 units of the Mach-E during the model’s first full production year.
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