On January 28th, Ford China announced that the electric SUV, Mustang Mach-E, will be produced by Changan Ford. The GT high-performance version will also be introduced, going from 0 to 100km/h in less than 3 seconds.
The new generation of Ford Co-Pilot360™ intelligent driving assistance system and SYNC+ intelligent information entertainment system will both make their debut on the domestic Mustang Mach-E, supporting L2+ level autonomous driving assistance functions, making it the first model in Ford China’s product lineup to feature this function.
The body size of the domestic Mustang Mach-E model is 4739mm x 1881mm x 1621mm, with a wheelbase of 2984mm and a range exceeding 600km, meeting the new CLTC national standard test with a 600km range.
The domestic Mustang Mach-E will support FOTA firmware online upgrades and will be equipped with Ford’s vehicle-to-infrastructure cooperative system based on cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) technology.
In accordance with its global electrification strategy, Ford Group will invest over $11.5 billion in developing new energy vehicles by 2022, drawing inspiration from iconic products such as the Mustang, SUV family, and pick-up series.
Source: Ford China
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