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Does anyone know what the correct cargo specifications are for the Mach E are?

In the Ford Mustang Mach E Training brochure it states:

“There is 29.7 cu. ft. of cargo space* with the rear seats up, and 59.7 cu. ft. of space* with the seats folded.” In the footnote, it says, “*… 26.6 cu. ft. with rear seats up and 54.7 cu. ft. with rear seats folded on Premium and First Edition.”

In the Mach E Tech Specs document, it shows the cargo capacity as:

Standard battery:
Cargo Space (Behind Rear Seat): 29.7 cu. ft.,
Cargo Space (Behind First Row): 59.7 cu. ft.

Extended battery:
Cargo Space (Behind Rear Seat): 26.6 cu. ft.
Cargo Space (Behind First Row): 54.7 cu. ft.

Does anyone know if the cargo space is reduced because of witch trim is selected, or is it the battery pack size that reduces cargo space? I am guessing that it is the size of the battery that reduces the available space. I know that when they announced the car, they stated that the larger battery occupied the unused space under the back seat, but it seems like that didn’t work as expected.
 

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I believe the cargo space only depends on if you have the normal or extended battery.
 

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Does anyone know what the correct cargo specifications are for the Mach E are?

In the Ford Mustang Mach E Training brochure it states:

“There is 29.7 cu. ft. of cargo space* with the rear seats up, and 59.7 cu. ft. of space* with the seats folded.” In the footnote, it says, “*… 26.6 cu. ft. with rear seats up and 54.7 cu. ft. with rear seats folded on Premium and First Edition.”

In the Mach E Tech Specs document, it shows the cargo capacity as:

Standard battery:
Cargo Space (Behind Rear Seat): 29.7 cu. ft.,
Cargo Space (Behind First Row): 59.7 cu. ft.

Extended battery:
Cargo Space (Behind Rear Seat): 26.6 cu. ft.
Cargo Space (Behind First Row): 54.7 cu. ft.

Does anyone know if the cargo space is reduced because of witch trim is selected, or is it the battery pack size that reduces cargo space? I am guessing that it is the size of the battery that reduces the available space. I know that when they announced the car, they stated that the larger battery occupied the unused space under the back seat, but it seems like that didn’t work as expected.
Interesting - I did not notice this difference between standard and extended range battery and cargo size. I wonder the cargo space is lower because they have a raised floor in the trunk? The new BMW X3 plugin PHEV does this where the cargo floor is not flat but has a bump up of about 2 inches creating a platform rather than straight flat floor reducing cargo space - I wonder if that is what is happening with the extended range battery and cargo space.
 

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Interesting - I did not notice this difference between standard and extended range battery and cargo size. I wonder the cargo space is lower because they have a raised floor in the trunk? The new BMW X3 plugin PHEV does this where the cargo floor is not flat but has a bump up of about 2 inches creating a platform rather than straight flat floor reducing cargo space - I wonder if that is what is happening with the extended range battery and cargo space.
It's extended battery. Here are the Tech Specs updated in June.
 

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It's extended battery. Here are the Tech Specs updated in June.
Thanks very much. I was just wondering if the trunk cargo floor is flat for extended range version or it would have a bump (thinking about how the cargo space gets reduced)- probably hard to tell without seeing final version of the vehicle.
 

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Thanks very much. I was just wondering if the trunk cargo floor is flat for extended range version or it would have a bump (thinking about how the cargo space gets reduced)- probably hard to tell without seeing final version of the vehicle.
It may actually be a loss of some space under the false floor.
 



 









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