I agree it being a small crossover will help it achieve a 300 EPA range without a Leviathan of a Battery Pack. Due to the nature of the BEV's you can extend the wheelbase far further than on ICE cars. Let's say in theory this is the size of an Escape it could have the passenger space of an Edge. One thing I can say is the Model Y is turning out to be a much bigger can than expected. Honestly, I don't expect the two to be direct rivals due to the Model Y being a much bigger car.Totally agree - I thought it'd be a midsize SUV like the Model Y but this is more like a large hatch, and even sportier than I expected.
I'm sure Ford has a larger car in the works we've probably already seen some of the camo prototypes running around. With Ford spending 11 billion on EV's I bet they start coming every year or two.I was hoping for something I would like better than the Model 3. Not sure I need a Model Y but I might like it. A hatchback is convenient.
Ford still has around 100K units available for tax incentives which should give them an advantage for a year or so.