Ford now adds nice option Mach-E GT to base model


Brighten things up a bit with your base model Mustang Mach-E: Ford adds something that was previously only possible on the top model GT.

Ford has a very potent EV player in their range with the Mustang Mach-E. This often has to do with choice. If you want a Mach-E for just over 50,000 euros, you can. If you want one with four-wheel drive for a slightly smoother sprint, that's also possible. If you want one with a fairly large driving range of 610 km, you can even do that with the base model. To deal with the whole 'Mustang-on-an-EV crossover woe' To soften it a bit, there is even a nice and potent top model: the Mach-E GT, which does the sprint to 100 in 3.7 seconds with 487 hp.

Ford announces price of 487 hp Mach-E GT


However, the Mach-E GT is clearly a top model. You have to spend more than 75,000 euros for it and then you have no choice in battery or powertrain. However, the Mach-E GT offers something that is not possible on the regular versions. Two colors are only available for the Ford Mustang Mach-E GT: namely the Cyber ​​Orange color in which the Mach-E GT was presented (image above) or the equally striking blue Grabber Blue. Nice bright colors and the easiest way to see that you have spotted a Mustang Mach-E GT and not a regular one.

New Ford Mustang Mach-E colors

However, that will change from 2022. Ford adds Cyber ​​Orange and Grabber Blue colors to the Mustang Mach-E base line! So it doesn't matter which version you order, the colors are now available on all versions of the electric Mustang. As shared most expensive: both colors cost 1,400 euros, which together with white, metallic dark gray and red makes it the most expensive possible colors. Black is the free color and for Iced Blue (an almost bluish silver tone) and Space White (non-metallic white) you have to add 1,000 euros. The choice of colors is therefore huge for every Ford Mustang Mach-E.

The two new colors are now available in the Ford Mustang Mach-E configurator, although these are models that can only be delivered in 2022. Due to changing addition rules, this is not of much use if you still want to enjoy 12 percent addition (which is still possible until December 31, 2021). So if you are also fine with a black, white, gray or even possibly a red one, they are still in stock. But if you dare to go for a nice pop of tan, you have to wait a while.