The biggest change for the 2022 model year seems to be the new white-on-white styling pack that was announced back in August as the Ice White Edition Appearance Package. As we already know, this pack will only be available on the Premium grade.
This doesn’t mean the customers who opt for other Mustang Mach-E versions will not benefit from the update. In the case of California Route 1 grade, we have the optional all-wheel-drive system, as well as the standard heated front seats and steering wheel. In the meantime, the Mustang Mach-E GT and GT Performance will only get a black painted roof as standard. Besides, the Grabber Blue Metallic and Cyber Orange Metallic Tri-Coat are now available on all models, while the Iced Blue Silver Metallic paint is new to the 2022 model year.
More important to Ford customers are the battery upgrades. It appears the Mustang Mach-E with Standard Range has 70 kWh of usable energy now (up from 68 kWh) while the Extended Range versions have 91 kWh usable energy (up from 88 kWh). Although Ford doesn’t say it, the new battery capacities go along with some efficiency improvements, as the new estimates for EPA-range go beyond the 3% increase in energy content.
2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E EPA-Estimated range:Select SR RWD - 247 mi (397 km) - up by 17 mi (27 km)/7.4% from 230 mi
Select SR AWD - 224 mi (360 km) - up by 13 mi (21 km)/6.2% from 211 mi
Premium SR RWD - 247 mi (397 km) - up by 17 mi (27 km)/7.4% from 230 mi
Premium SR AWD - 224 mi (360 km) - up by 13 mi (21 km)/6.2% from 211 mi
Premium ER RWD - 303 mi (488 km) - up by 3 mi (5 km)/1.0% from 300 mi
Premium ER AWD - 277 mi (446 km) - up by 7 mi (11 km)/2.6% from 270 mi
California Route 1 ER RWD - 314 mi (505 km) - up by 9 mi (14 km)/3.0% from 305 mi
California Route 1 ER AWD - 312 mi (502 km) - new
GT ER AWD - 270 mi (434 km) - no change
GT Performance ER AWD - 260 mi (418 km) - no change