Power and Performance
This all-electric crossover SUV offers a variety of battery and drivetrain combinations. All Mustang Mach-E trim models were designed for a quick, sporty performance, but you’ll find that output and range vary slightly from trim model to trim model.
Most Mustang Mach-E models come standard with rear-wheel drive, but all-wheel drive is always an option. The First Edition and GT models come standard with all-wheel drive and the extended-range battery, for both more speed and a longer driving range.
Wondering how to charge your Ford Mustang Mach-E? Don’t fret, because Ford makes the process completely painless. Every model comes standard with a 120- or 240-volt charging cable. And DC fast-charging capabilities are also standard.
Because most drivers like to do their charging at home, Ford can install the Ford Connected Charging station in your garage. It includes a 240-volt power outlet and boosts battery charging time by an extra 30 miles per hour of charge. When you’re away from home, plug the Ford mobile charger into any 240-volt outlet to add 20 miles of battery power per charging hour.
Your 2021 Mustang Mach-E also includes access to the FordPass Charging Network, the nation’s largest public charging network. At more than 13,500 charging stations (featuring over 40,000 charge ports), you’ll find DC fast-charge ports that can charge your battery with approximately 61 miles of range per 10 minutes of charge.
And when you’re out on the town and in need of a quick charge, the navigation system can point you to the nearest charging station. It’s even programmed to direct you to the most convenient charging station on your current route, so you never have to worry about a low battery.