- the 2021 ford mustang mach-e california route 1 has an epa-estimated 305 miles of driving range on a full charge.
- the mach-e california route 1 is equipped with an 88.0-kwh battery pack and rear-wheel-drive.
- it starts at $50,900 and is available to order now.
the 2021 mustang mach-e california route 1 is ford's longest-range electric vehicle yet, and the epa estimates that it will travel 305 miles on a single charge. that's five more miles than rear-wheel-drive mustang mach-e models equipped with the 88.0-kwh extended-range battery. the $50,900 california route 1 model does, however, fall 21 miles short of the tesla model y long range electric crossover, which starts at $51,190.
tesla's model y long range has all-wheel drive, although a rear-wheel-drive standard range model is now available with an epa-estimated 244 miles of range. the mustang mach-e california route 1 is equipped with rear-wheel drive. all-wheel-drive mach-es are available, but offer less range because the secondary drive unit has "associated parasitic losses," ford told c/d at launch. the california route 1 is equipped with an 88.0-kwh battery pack paired with a permanent-magnet synchronous electric motor on the rear axle. total output is 290 horsepower and 317 lb-ft of torque, and ford claims that that the california route 1 gets to 60 mph in 6.1 seconds.
ford says that the mustang mach-e california route 1 is lighter than the rear-wheel-drive extended range model, which has a 300-mile epa-estimated range. it also has tweaks to improve aerodynamics including a set of 18-inch wheels with black aero covers wrapped in michelin all-season rubber.
the 2021 ford mustang mach-e starts at $43,995 for the rear-wheel-drive select model with an epa-estimated 230 miles of range. the 305-mile california route 1 starts at $50,900 and is available to order now.