We don’t know how that discussion might play out, but thanks to this epic rendering from moaoun_moaoun on Instagram, we have an idea of how such a creation might look. Be honest, Mustang people – if the name was different you’d be in love with this. And why not? The long, thin headlights; the oval outline of a grille; the two massive LED lights in the middle, looking like nostrils of an angry…um.. horse. An aggressive lower fascia with the skidplate helps, too, never mind the gnarly off-road tires clawing at the sand. You don’t think electric power could be fun? Honestly, this looks like all kinds of fun. … [Read more...] about Ford Mustang Mach-E Baja Rendering Looks Like A Rad Off-Roader
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Right now, it’s still unclear where the Ford Mach 1 performance electric SUV will be based on, but it’s pretty definite that it will still hold style cues from the Mustang. This was through an encounter with Ford Global Markets President Jim Farley who jested to imagine a four-door ‘Stang SUV, and added that it will be an electric vehicle. … [Read more...] about Focus-Based Mach 1 Electric SUV Report Might’ve Been Inaccurate
Related - Ford Confirms Mach 1 Performance Electric SUV For 2020 Launch Ford says the Mach 1 electric CUV will be front-wheel-drive, which is slightly disappointing actually. Perhaps an AWD version will be offered at a later date? … [Read more...] about Ford Releases New Details On Mach 1 Electric Crossover
Clor went on to chat with product planner Hal Sperlich in his quest to learn more about the elusive mid-engined Mustang concept, but he also drew a blank: “The only thing I can think is that this might have something to do with the drivable version of the Ford Research mid-ship car that was used as a Mustang tease.” … [Read more...] about Ford Found Photos Of Mid-Engined Mustang Concept It Forgot Existed
For some of the higher-end trim levels – Limited, King Ranch, and Platinum – Ford will install upgraded materials and trims. The areas you’ll be touching the most will feel nicer, and there’s also going to be more tech than ever before. C&D is reporting an 8-inch touchscreen will come as standard equipment, with a massive 15.5-inch infotainment to cost extra. If that generous diagonal seems familiar, it’s because the Blue Oval announced such a system would be available when the company debuted SYNC 4 at the end of October last year. Speaking of which, both the small and bigger setups will run on the company’s latest and greatest infotainment software. … [Read more...] about 2021 Ford F-150 Interior To Get Nicer Materials, 15.5-Inch Screen?