Ford Mustang Mach-E Rally pushes EVs into rugged territory

First-ever rally-inspired electric vehicle breaks new ground in performance and style

Ford has been a household name in the auto industry for years, but now the brand is shaking up the status quo with its newest addition, the Ford Mustang Mach-E Rally. Touted as the first-ever rally-inspired electric vehicle, this newcomer promises to make waves in the growing electric vehicle market.

“Just a year ago, this was merely an idea, and what you see today is a testament to the passion and intense creativity of our Model e team,”

Donna Dickson, chief engineer for Mustang Mach-E

Unparalleled powertrain and performance

The new model features a tuned version of the Mustang Mach-E GT powertrain. Expect two motors aiming for at least 650 lb.-ft. of torque and a whopping 480 horsepower. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill electric vehicle; it’s a muscle car for the modern age, ready to take on both tarmac and dirt roads.

Focus on rally-friendly features

When it comes to tackling rugged terrains, the Ford Mustang Mach-E Rally doesn’t hold back. Its 20mm raised suspension comes with specially tuned springs and MagneRide® shocks. The car even boasts 385mm front brake rotors with red-painted Brembo®-branded calipers, prepping you for any off-road challenge.

Innovative technology for the adventurous

Mustang Mach-E Rally introduces the first-ever RallySport Drive Mode by Ford. This feature allows for added yaw for bigger slides and more aggressive damping for better handling in loose corners. It’s an adventure waiting to happen, right at your fingertips.

Rally style

The vehicle offers unique contrasting accents, black-painted steel roof, and rally-inspired fog lights. Not to forget, it comes in multiple bold colors including Grabber Blue, Shadow Black, and Eruption Green, allowing you to express yourself while cruising through mud and gravel.

Zero tailpipe emissions

Ford hasn’t overlooked the growing demand for sustainable choices. The Mustang Mach-E Rally promises zero tailpipe emissions, making it a guilt-free choice for environmentally conscious thrill-seekers.

Specs and data

  • Targeted EPA-estimated range: 250 miles
  • Lithium-ion battery: 91 kWh usable capacity
  • Charging time: 10% to 80% in ~36.5 minutes on a DC Fast Charger
  • RallySport Drive Mode: First-ever by Ford
  • Starting MSRP: Around $65,000 in the U.S.

Looking down the road

As Ford’s Mustang Mach-E Rally sets out to carve its niche in the automotive landscape, the vehicle opens new doors for electric vehicle technology. It promises not just performance, but a synergy of power, style, and sustainability. The long-term implications suggest that the world of electric vehicles may just be getting started in diversifying its horizons.


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