Can you imagine this highly successful EV looking like a Toyota Prius on stilts? It certainly wouldn’t have sold as well as the Mustang Mach-E we have today. Subtlety isn’t a cherished attribute in the automotive industry of today, which is riddled with extremely questionable styling decisions that many peeps find interesting. Take, for instance, those nasty-looking fake exhaust outlets on vehicles from the Volkswagen Group and Mercedes-Benz.
Produced in both Mexico and China, the Mustang Mach-E for the 2022 model year “is no longer available for retail order” in North America. Ford mentions that “limited inventory may be available at selected dealers,” yet finding a dealer that sells at MSRP is like finding a needle in a haystack.
Similar to the 2021 model, the 2022 can be had with rear- or all-wheel drive. Standard- and extended-range batteries are offered, and customers who expect their Mustang Mach-E to perform like a Mustang are presented with the GT Performance. A word of warning, though: maximum power is available for merely five seconds at a time, which rules out drag racing.