I'm gradually realizing why I'm so excited for the Mach E.

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I think I'm gradually realizing why I'm so excited for the Mach E.

I've owned a lifted WRX (cheesy, I know):

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Then a Focus RS:

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And now a Mustang GT:

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I've been constantly searching for the right balance between the practicality of a hatchback and the fun of a sporty car.

The Mach E seems like it should be the perfect mix between a Mustang, a hot hatch, and an economical/environmentally friendly daily driver (with some ground clearance).

My hopes are high.
 

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I had a camaro ss, cobalt ss, then a Mazdaspeed 3. I have the same feelings lol.
 

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Same type of history here too, including a 3 series diesel that was hot rodded with M3 suspension, upgraded intercooler and a tune from Europe. My big interest with the MME GT is to understand how much work Ford have done regarding true performance. I hope that they've done something on a smaller scale similar to what Porsche did with the Taycan. I want repeatable, reliable performance - not one trick pony (pun intended) attributes.
 
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