Ford to reveal Mustang-inspired electric crossover this year?
The production target is believed to have dropped to 2020 from the original 2022 target.
Ford is reportedly preparing to reveal its Mustang-inspired electric crossover later this year.
Rumored to be labeled the Mach-E, the upcoming EV is being fast-tracked through the development process as Ford prepares to take on the Tesla Model Y. Initial reports pointed to a 2022 launch, while more recent speculation indicates a 2020 target.
An Autocar report now claims the company is ready to debut the EV in concept form this year.
The Blue Oval has not divulged much information, aside from a 370-mile range target via the WLTP test cycle for the variant with the highest-capacity battery. Borrowing Mustang branding, at least one configuration will presumably have a performance focus.
More details could surface ahead of an official unveiling.