Ford Mustang Mach-E Starts To Arrive In Europe


The Ford Mustang Mach-E has started to arrive in Europe.

Taking to Instagram, the company’s Norwegian division shared a handful of images online of its first examples touching down on snow-covered roads, marking the end of a long journey that started at Ford’s Cuautitlan Assembly Plant in Mexico where the Mach-E is being produced.

These Mustang Mach-E models delivered in Norway are finished in a range of different colors, including red, black, silver, and grey. However, these are thought to be all demo vehicles, and not customer models.

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These aren’t the first examples to reach Norway, as a pre-production prototype was featured in a video with Ford Norway chief executive Per Gunnar Berg back in September. In that clip, Berg drove the car from Oslo to the town of Trondheim, covering a distance of 484 km (300.7 miles) and arriving at his final destination with 14 per cent charge left in the battery.

Ford took off the covers to the European-spec Mustang Mach-E back in February, confirming that models equipped with the extended-range battery and rear-wheel drive have a targeted range of 373 miles (600 km) on the WLTP cycle. The SUV supports fast charging and when plugged into a 150 kW IONITY charging station, can be topped up with 57 miles (93 km) of range in 10 minutes.

For buyers in the U.S., the first customer deliveries are expected to begin sometime this month.

Updated: December 10, 2020 — 2:43 pm

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