Ford Mustang Mach-E 2022 battery capacity increase
- The basic battery goes from 68 kWh to 70 kWh
- The extended autonomy pack goes from 88kWh to 91kWh
- Australian debut might not be entirely out of place
Ford’s all-electric Mustang Mach E has been revised slightly for 2022, as potential buyers get extra range from extended batteries.
Available with a standard or extended runtime battery, both have a slightly larger capacity, with the smaller pack now capable of 70 kWh (down from 68 kWh) while the larger unit goes from 88 kWh to 91 kWh.
Ford did not provide details on the impact of the larger battery packs on the Mustang Mach-E’s range, as the all-electric crossover is available with a choice of two batteries on two engine choices. although it is planned to increase the duration of use range of about 10 kilometers.
The 2022 updates extend beyond the under-skin changes as the new Ice White appearance package has been introduced for the Premium variants, adding 19-inch aluminum wheels with Oxford White painted pockets, Star White mirror caps, Star White metallic tri-coat paint, Oxford white front door badges and Oxford white pony badges.
These exterior changes are reflected in the cabin, with the interior also benefiting from lime, including glossy white leather covering the dashboard, seats, door panels, armrests and steering wheel emblem.
Ford’s Mustang Mach-E is available in the United States in four main variants – the Base Class, California Route 1, Premium, and GT – with prices ranging from US $ 43,895 (AU $ 61,500) to $ 61,995. US (AU $ 86,750) before road costs and tax credits.
The Australian branch of the Blue Oval has previously announced that it will bring five electrified models to the local market by 2025, with the first two confirmed to be plug-in hybrids E-Transit and Escape.