Yeah for me if it was under 20° F it would struggle. I had to keep turning recirculate on and keep the fan speed around mid way.Thank you Gullwingdmc, I'll check the post out when I'm in the group. It happened when it's colder than -20ºC which is frequent where I live. If battery was preconditioned before leaving, I'd say I was good for an hour before it started to struggle with heating. But with a cold battery, it struggled as soon as I had to climb a hill or drive faster.
There's heated wires going through the windshield. It's not invisible, but it works and you get used to it. Ford already offers this in Europe, including on the Mach-E. For more information on this, follow the link.What is that? I don’t recall seeing it on the US version. I though I had heard the Mach e has a heated windscreen in Europe.
Yeah unfortunately that is not available on the US Mach-E. The only part of our windscreen that’s heated is the little bit in front of the camera that’s above the rear view mirror. Also we didnt get the matrix headlights, though that got approved this year so it will hopefully change soon.I've driven a lot in the UK and love the heated windscreen. I don't know if it is true, but someone told me the heated windscreens aren't available in North America because of the safety regulations - something about heated windscreens don't shatter as safely in a crash. Another person told me it was because insurance companies didn't want to deal with the extra cost of windscreen replacement. Take your pick.
Sadly after it got good and cold it did not fix it. It is better when in that -10c or warmer but below that it takes a dump and worse as its colder.