This guy did a bang up job and man does this look good.
I spot lowered suspension, aftermarket wheels (Volk) and tires, more aggressive hood, door handle delete, painted fender flares, tinted tail lights, silver paint.
Nice to see some hands on review. But they should have made clear in the article that they were in a preproduction Mach-E and that the Sync4A they used will likely be further tweaked a.
"Sync 4 also involves a lot of animations that aren’t quite as smooth as you’d expect in 2020. Still, as a...
I think Ford is aware of that and will tune the suspension for the average buyer of ra crossover, which means it won't be too firm. The GT will be the one for people who want a firmer suspension, and the Shelby version even beyond that.
Thanks for the feedback. And that's nice praise coming from a GM guy and someone with an aesthetic eye!
About roof rack, even if there's no factory option you can always use seasucker rack to carry your canoe, bike, skis, snowboard, etc.
I like the look of the GT's carbonized grille but may wrap it with satin/matte black vinyl for a no grille look. I've always liked how much sportier and aggressive the Mustang looks with a grille delete.
Definitely my favorite design after the 20" GT wheels. Funny how they cover up such a nice design, like Tesla did with the Model 3 aero wheels. I happen to think those are the best looking too besides the Performance model wheels.
And the great part of the Mach-E is that the tune software can be delivered via OTA update. No more bringing your car to a tuner in to be plugged into a software loader or sending your ECU in to get bench flashed.
Like Ford, Lucid Air is also using LG Chem as their battery supplier and it sounds like by using cylindrical battery cells instead of pouch-style cells, they're avoiding the battery constraint that's causing Audi to pause production of the E-Tron.
Do we know if the Mach-E uses cylindrical or...