Mach-E GT and GT PE window stickers with fuel economy?

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The GT and GT PE are not yet listed on fueleconomy.gov (which is unusual since they are being sold).
Can someone post a window sticker for each model?

Both models are listed in the Aug 25 release of the EPA 2021 test car list data
https://www.epa.gov/compliance-and-fuel-economy-data/data-cars-used-testing-fuel-economy
but the GT "base" model MPGe listed appears to be AC kWh/100 mi and not MPGe;
26.2 city and 30.5 hwy taken as AC kWh/100 mi converts to 128.6 MPGe city and 110.5 MPGE hwy (a little better than PE, so seems to make sense).
The GT PE data appears to be correct: 125.8 MPGe city, 107.6 MPGe hwy.
Note that all of the test car list data are unadjusted dyno test results, while the label and fueleconomy.gov numbers are adjusted.
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My GTPE window sticker says 82 combined, 88 city, 75 hwy MPGe and 41 kw-hrs per 100 miles.
 

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From my GT-PE Window Sticker
 
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Thanks to both of you, now just need GT (non PE).
Those adjusted values are consistent with what I calculate by applying the standard adjustment factor to the test car list data. But that level of consumption will not give the quoted adjusted range of 260 mi if I use the same useable battery capacity as the other ER MMEs. I will have to wait for the emissions certification data (not posted yet) to see more details of the testing.
It is possible that Ford opened up a bit more useable capacity for the GTs to get that range.
 
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Also note that the sticker says 10.1 hours of charge time, while the ER AWD lists 10.7 hrs and the ER RWD lists 10.9 hrs, so its charging back full capacity in less time, not more time. I would expect the charge time to be longer if the useable capacity is higher (and everything else is the same - assumed).
 

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Here is base GT:

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