Ford Mustang Mach-E Gets Visual Upgrade, Resembles a Lambo Urus With Ford Badges

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When Ford announced the launch of its Mustang Mach-E electric vehicle, there was no doubt people would either love it or hate it. On the one hand, Mustang enthusiasts would blame Ford for drifting away from the decades-old Mustang ideology. On the other hand, people who are inclined towards alternative, eco-friendly energy would now have one more car to choose from when considering an electric vehicle.
The debate will probably go on for many years, and perhaps a final resolution will never exist. But one thing was certain: you're always going to have people dissatisfied with the range of extras available for any given vehicle. People who want to stand out of the crowd and bring their personal touch into the equation. For those people, tuning companies have got just the right thing.

Sure, we've been modifying vehicles with internal combustion engines ever since, well, forever, but upgrading electric vehicles is still a relatively new concept. Still, it does seem that more and more companies are turning their attention towards this segment, and this is how British based Motion R Design also came to our attention. Jumping on the hype train surrounding the Mach-E, they've just announced their newest plans regarding this model.

This first step represents the launch of the new E Series range of modified vehicles, and the Mustang Mach-E is the first in line. The exterior styling package the aftermarket company is launching can come with a choice of either 2x2 Carbon Fiber, or the more modern Forged Carbon weave option. To complement the look of the new styling kit, the car will be fitted with Quantum44 wheels, more specifically Motion R Design's new Q44 Flow Forged range of wheels.

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Photo: Motion R Design
As with any respectable build, the interior of the car will be upgraded as well. The Ford Mustang Mach-E will get full Nappa leather, a carbon flat-bottom steering wheel, and carbon-fiber interior panels. Official pricing has not been released yet, but more information should be available within the next few weeks, according to company officials.

As always, the debate goes on in the comments section, as people have been encouraged to provide their feedback regarding the new look of the Mustang Mach-E. One of the comments that stood out comes from Callum, who mentions "It looks like a Lamborghini Urus with a Ford Badge". One other person said that "It's a Mercedes, Volvo, and BMW that have been thrown into one". Of course, it didn't take long for an "Absolutely not a Mustang" comment to make its way through an ocean of various opinions.

We asked company representatives if any power upgrades are being considered and the answer we received was that "We aren't messing with the power train - for warranty reasons - but will be building them on the more powerful model available on the market". That sounds fair enough. Now, the only upgrade everyone is waiting for would be battery-related so that the mileage could become closer to that of ICE-powered vehicles.
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About the author: Dragos Chitulescu
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The things Dragos enjoys the most in life are, in no particular order: cars, motorcycles, diecast cars, and drifting. He's seen (and driven) many vehicles since he started his writing career back in 2009, but his garage currently houses a 1991 Mazda RX-7 FC3S Turbo II and a 1999 Suzuki SV650-S.
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