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Ford Auto Nights: A SEMA Show Special (Main Video)


Mustang Mach-E: Your family's own rocket ship (Mach-E Q&A session)


What we learned?
  • GT Performance achieves 0-60 in 3.5 seconds
  • GT specifications will be posted on Ford.com on 12/1/2020.
  • Place GT orders in early Spring
  • Select AWD: 211 miles estimated range
  • Premium RWD ER: 300 miles estimated range
  • Early 2021 OTA update to enable electronic frunk release; dividers needed in the mean time to accommodate federal safety requirements
 
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Oooh, good idea. I haven't changed my wallpaper on my phone since I got it. This looks good
 
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Oooh, good idea. I haven't changed my wallpaper on my phone since I got it. This looks good
I reduced the exposure of Ford's original image, which helps make my phone's launcher icons pop out above it.

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The "It's not a Mustang" crowd was online in the comments in force! 🙄
I am going to ramble here, sorry!

Yea no kidding, I was actually getting annoyed reading the chats as it worries me how we as future owners will get treated while out and about. I wanted to say look at some of the older Mustangs, should they have called those a Mustang? The future is not the past and if Ford doesn't adapt to changing times, they will fold like a cheap suit. Using a well known brandname to slingshot a new car / SUV is brilliant, especially if you are years behind the pack. Now what do I know, I never owned a prior Mustang, but always loved some of them but not all of them. Why not embrace and support keeping the name alive, it's all about selling cars, not about protecting the brandname that has been dying off for years. It's not like the Mustang name is what it was many years ago. Time to reinvent the wheel and get things on track, this is a great way to enter the market with putting all of the cards on the table. Using the name to me means they are serious and this is not just another attempt at an electric car from Ford.
 
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