I only saw one 1/4 mile run so far, but that was a consumer purchased vehicle (he posted those runs last week on Facebook).103/104 trap speed. Interesting. Better than every consumer-purchased GTPE that I've seen, but only matches the Premium trap speeds.
Since they are just short drives, I’m betting everyone was in unbridled mode, which should also be the stiffest magnaride setting. It should be stiffer than a GT.Ok I’ve only read the first two so far. Can GTPE owners chime in? Autoblog mentioned the ride being harsh over bumps, opinions?
Side note, it seems ARSTechnica thinks the Performance Edition is the trim to get but Autoblog says it’s not worth the money. Interesting takes
That's nice...but I want more power, too lolFrom the InsideEvs article:
"We also learned that Ford will soon be making two important improvements to all Mustang Mach-E's through OTA software updates. First, they will be increasing the usable battery capacity on the extended range battery pack from 88 kWh to 91 kWh. Opening up the extra 3 kWh will add about 12 miles of range to the vehicles. Ford tells us they are confident that allowing customers to access the additional battery won't contribute to faster battery degradation."
Nice to finally have confirmation that the 21s are getting the extra usable capacity too.
More like Christmas morning and you find out you got a pair of socks.Like Christmas morning!
That last bit is like me saying "I *could* clean out the basement today but..."I did at least find this nugget from Motorauthority “Unlike other performance cars, the suspension isn’t adaptable on its own but tied directly to the Performance Edition’s drive modes: Whisper, Engage, and Unbridled. Unfortunately, drivers who want to set the suspension into a different mode by itself will be disappointed, though Ford said such capability could be added at a later date via an OTA update.”