Ford Mustang has finally released the early rumblings of their Mach-E with official EPA range information, regarding the efficiency ratings as well. A big surprise for 2022 however, in that the numbers are much higher than they were in years previously. It’s very evident actually that the range numbers happen to be in line with Ford’s full report. This all checks out! December showed that the battery capacity of the 2022 Ford Mach-E is likely shooting for higher capacities, depending on which battery you’re looking at.
Additionally, the Ford Mustang Mach-E SR has the highest range here.
The Mach-E with Standard Range battery comes with the higher range, by the 247 miles going up to 17 miles or 7.4% from the original 230 miles. That’s the rear-wheel-drive, of course. Similiarly, there is also an all-wheel-drive with 224 miles that go up to 13 miles from the original 211 miles.
The EPA is really just listing combined range for either, being that the RWD Ford model has 103 and the AWD has 93 miles, respectively. So there’s no real way of differentiating much else for the City and the Highway, except for the MPGe. It is said that the Ford Mustang Mach-E, is not nearly as efficient as the Tesla Model Y, let alone the Hyundai Ioniq 5 or the Kia EV6. The size of the battery is a rather competitive subject in the world of electric vehicles. So it’s certainly one that Ford and their 2022 Mustang Mach-E EVs will very specifically have to keep up with.