Moustache Samedi 29 Electric Mountain Bikes


People were either very excited about the Ford Mustang Mach-E when it was first introduced.

Image by: caranddriver


Due to Ford's decision to put the Mustang name on a four-door SUV, as well as the lack of a gasoline-powered engine, the pony crossover was not available.

Image by: caranddriver


It appears that people have warmed up to the idea of an electric Mustang crossover despite the initial criticism.

Image by: caranddriver


However, we could be telling a very different story today, if Ford's design team - and particularly Jim Farley's - weren't so particular about the Mustang Mach-E.

Image by: caranddriver


He saw an early sketch of the Mustang Mach-E back in 2017, before he became Ford's CEO. During this time, Farley was responsible for the automaker's global market.

Image by: caranddriver


Because today's Mach-E bears little resemblance to Toyota's subcompact hybrid hatchback, it's clear that the Mach-E sketch couldn't have been like the production car.

Image by: caranddriver


According to Farley, Ford shouldn't be putting the Mustang name on a Prius-like vehicle.

Image by: caranddriver


It probably was the best thing that could have happened to the Mustang Mach-E, but it also caused a delay in production for the vehicle.

Image by: caranddriver

For More EVs Related Stories