Yes. I learned this when I washed Marlin really well, including a very thorough job on the wheels and brake calipers in preparation to drive him in a parade (leading the BEV cars). Big clunk when I pulled out of the driveway and rust dust all over the wheels by the time I reached the parade...
You may be right. Sorry, I hadn’t read to that level of detail when the latest Tech Specs came out (the ones with GT and GTPE details).
If the specs are right (no guarantee of that) it means the FE and GT brakes are identical down to the red paint and GTPE has larger Flexira calipers.
Simple. I'm confident BlueCruise has requirements for certain software versions in key modules. Each car on the street, especially those that have been around for a while, have different software in various modules and have reached that point via different paths.
Some of my modules have been...
It was even in the original announcement:
"In addition to blistering acceleration, Mustang Mach-E will be available with Brembo’s all-new performance Flexira aluminum calipers...
Multiple articles from Ford and suppliers, including the one in this thread:
"Brembo’s ground-breaking Flexira® front brake calipers will be fitted on the Mach-E GT and GT Performance Edition. Brembo also supplies...
Mustang Mach E batteries are LG Chem, originally Korea, later Poland
F-150 Lightning batteries will be SK Innovations from the Georgia plant
Future batteries will be from the new SK-Ford plants in KY and TN
There's a thread for that:
And Mach E, Unbridled, Engage, and Whisper playlists on Spotify:
The Mach E Spotify playlist
Feel free to add to them, they are...