2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT – The carmaker Ford has stated that it will restart taking orders for its all-electric SUV beginning on Tuesday, which indicates that production of the Ford Mustang Mach-E may be getting back on track. The statement comes after Ford stopped accepting reservations for the 2022 Mach-E back in April owing to strong demand and a scarcity of supplies. The encouraging news for buyers who were unable to purchase a 2022 model comes with a number of significant limitations, however: New features, an extended driving range for the Premium model, and higher prices are included with all of the 2023 models when they hit the market.
2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT Review
The Mustang Mach-E Premium trim, which is available with either a battery pack with a normal range of 70 kilowatt-hours or an extended range of 91 kilowatt-hours, has a greater estimated range for the latter variation with the all-wheel drive since it has a larger battery pack. Ford anticipates that the vehicle will now have a range of 290 miles, which is an improvement of 13 miles compared to the EPA rating of 277 miles for the 2022 model.
Before the release of the extended range 91-kWh battery, the California Route 1 trim of the Mustang Mach-E provided the greatest range in its rear-wheel-drive configuration. This option is now only available with the extended range battery. It is currently only available with all-wheel drive, resulting in a decrease in the projected range from 314 miles to 312.
Once again, the Ford Co-Pilot360 driver assistance suite is included as standard equipment in every single Mustang Mach-E model. A forward collision warning system that includes automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection is included in this package, as well as a blind spot warning system that also includes a rear cross-traffic alert and lane keep assist. The Ford BlueCruise system is included in the Co-Pilot360 Active 2.0 Prep Package, which comes standard on the California Route 1 and Premium trims and is an available upgrade for the Select and GT.
Hands-free driving is made possible on certain highways by BlueCruise thanks to its integration with the vehicle’s intelligent adaptive cruise control, which also features lane centering and the recognition of speed limit signs. Ford has announced that cars that do not come standard with the function will now provide a trial period of 90 days so that buyers can experience the service before signing up for it. Additionally, a 360-degree camera system will be available for a trial period of the same length in the Select.
In older versions of the product, the price of the BlueCruise software was $600 for a three-year service term, and the retail price of the full package, including the hardware and the software, was $3,200. Ford has said that it would shortly disclose revised price information for the BlueCruise.
The exterior of the 2023 Mustang Mach-E has been updated with new features such as the Nite Pony Package, which is now available for both the Premium model with an extended-range battery and the GT Performance Edition. Gloss-black 19-inch wheels, black front, and rear accents, and door cladding are included in the $800 package that may be added on to the Premium trim level. The GT Performance Edition comes standard with high-gloss black 20-inch wheels and a black GT insignia.
In addition, both the GT and the GT Performance Edition get a panoramic glass roof as standard equipment. This roof takes the place of the roofs that were painted black in the models that are being phased out. Other exterior updates include two new paint color options, which are referred to as Vapor Blue Metallic and Carbonized Gray Metallic respectively.
2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT Price & Release Date
Prices go up significantly across the board for the 2023 Mustang Mach-E variants. The base price of the Select model goes up by $3,200, the base price of the California Route 1 model goes up by $11,000 because there is no longer an RWD option, the Premium model goes up by $6,075, and the GT model goes up by $8,100 (prices include a destination charge of $1,300, which is also going up by $200). The cost of the GT Performance Package has remained the same at $6,000 while adding all-wheel drive costs an additional $2,700 to the Select and Premium trim levels.
Ford has said that customers who have unplanned orders for the 2022 Mustang Mach-E would be given the option to modify their order to one for the 2023 generation. The automobile manufacturer cites a number of factors, including increasing material prices and bottlenecks in the supply chain, as the primary reasons for the significant price increases.