2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E Hits 300-Mile EPA Range Target

  • Ford’s extended-range rear-wheel-drive version of the 2021 Mustang Mach-E receives an EPA range of 300 miles, hitting the automaker’s target.
  • The entry-level Mach-E receives a range rating of 210 miles.
  • Ford says deliveries of the Mach-E will begin in December.

    Ford’s Mach-E will start landing in customers’ garages next month. But ahead of that, the automaker got some good news from the EPA. Ford’s targeted ranges for the Mach-E lineup pretty much lined up with the results from the government agency.

    On the premium end, the extended-range rear-wheel-drive Mustang Mach-E has a range of 300 miles. The extended-range all-wheel-drive version hits 270 miles before needing a charge, while the standard-range RWD and standard-range AWD EVs will reach 230 miles and 211 miles of range respectively.

    As for the pricier California Route 1 version, the tests for that variant have yet to be completed by the EPA. Ford hopes that its target of 300 miles holds up to scrutiny as well as the rest of the lineup.

    Ford is expecting to begin deliveries of the Mustang Mach-E (starting at $43,995) next month.

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