BREAKING: Ford Australia prices Mustang Mach-E from $79,990 to $108,990 (maybe), orders live at 2PM today!

    Ford Australia has confirmed pricing for their long-awaited, much anticipated all-electric Mustang Mach-E SUV.

    The Mustang Mach-E will arrive in Australian showrooms late this year and along with pricing, Ford Australia has confirmed online ordering will go live from around 2PM AEST this afternoon.

    Australian Mach-E Pricing Details

    The Mustang Mach-E will be offered in 3 variants in Australia and their corresponding prices are:

    • Ford Mustang Mach-E Select – Starting from $79,990* (MLP)
    • Ford Mustang Mach-E Premium – $92,990* (MLP)
    • Ford Mustang Mach-E GT – $108,990* (MLP)

    A quick note about these prices.. they are listed as the Manufacturer List Price, complete with an asterisk. The fine print on that is that an MLP is a recommended MLP only, and the actual selling price of any vehicle or option is entirely at the discretion of the Dealer. The MLP includes which includes GST and luxury car tax, but not on-road costs.

    This means the driveway costs that you’ll actually pay are really not known at this stage, but should be revealed when the order page goes live.

    Ford has not confirmed how many vehicles they’ve secured for Australia, but demand is certainly going to outstrip supply. Internationally we’ve seen dealers take advantage of this, however, Ford Australia is enforcing a set reservation fee of $1,000 for Authorised Ford EV Dealers.

    How does it compare?

    If you’re considering the Mach-E as your first EV, you are likely shopping this against other SUV electric vehicle offerings in Australia. Let’s take a look at how it stacks up. The following prices are all before on-road costs.

    The most popular on the market is the Tesla Model Y starts at more than $10,000 cheaper at $69,300 for the RWD Model Y and with the benefit of the Supercharging network, you’d really have to hate Elon to opt for the Mach-E.

    The Model Y Long Range stacks up against the Mach-E Premium at $82,300. If Performance is your game, then you can pickup a Model Y Performance for $95,300, some $13,690 cheaper than the Mach-E GT spec.

    A Kia EV6 starts (if you can get one) starts at $72,590 and ranges up to $99,590.

    A BYD Atto 3 which isn’t a direct competitor to the Mach-E, but is an option for EV buyers, starts at $48,011 for the Standard range (Up to 400 km range), while the Long range is priced from $51,011 (Up to 480 km range).

    The Polestar 2 is a more difficult comp, with the car technically starting from $58,090.91, but there are $11,952.29 of car taxes and fees, making the compatible cost $70,043.20. You do need to consider a crazy $2,272.73 delivery fee. This Standard range, single motor spec offers 445 – 478 km (WLTP range) and a 0 – 100 km/h time of 7.4 seconds.

    Ultimately the Mach-E is a welcome addition to the EV landscape in Australia and will help improve the supply quantities as more Australian families consider EVs for their next vehicle. I would like to see the prices trimmed to meet the existing competitors.

    We’ve had a brilliant response to Mustang Mach-E since we confirmed it for Australia a few weeks ago, and can’t wait to give customers the chance to get behind the wheel later this year.

    Andrew Birkic, President and CEO of Ford Australia and New Zealand.

    Outside range and price, the Mach-E features a modern take on Mustang’s iconic tri-bar taillights, a bold stance, great performance and exhilarating driving dynamics.

    Mach-E Select

    The Mach-E Select boasts a 71kWh lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery mated to a single electric motor which delivers 198kW and 430Nm of torque via the rear wheels.

    New for 2023, the LFP battery will allow Ford to offer the Mach-E with fresh technology proving to be exceptionally durable, using fewer high-demand, high-cost materials and with the ability to sustain fast charging as it approaches maximum capacity. The Mach-E Select will offer a driving range of up to 470 kilometres1.

    Mustang Mach-E Select is generously equipped with a large 15.5-inch infotainment screen (standard across the range) running Ford’s latest-generation SYNCÒ 4A2 system. For enhanced visibility when parking a 360-degree camera7 is standard as is a B&OÔ3 sound system with 10 speakers and subwoofer. Wireless phone4 charging as standard means you can conveniently charge your compatible smartphone without the hassle of a charging cable.

    Across the line-up there’s plenty of room for five people with excellent leg and headroom in the front and back. There are ISOFIX mounts on the two outboard seats and top tether anchors for all three back seats, making installing child seats easy. The rear seats fold 60:40 to increase rear luggage space when needed.

    Mach-E Select features Black Onyx Sensico seats in the front and back; a premium artificial leather upholstery. The front seats are eight-way powered.

    On the outside, Select boasts 19-inch alloy wheels, a panoramic glass roof and Ford’s clever E-Latch door handles which replace conventional door handles for improved efficiency, as well as a front-trunk or ‘frunk’ for additional luggage space.

    Mustang Mach-E Premium

    The Mustang Mach-E Premium is priced from $92,990* (MLP) and boasts a bigger 91kWh battery delivering 216kW and 430Nm of torque via a single motor on the rear axle. This model balances enhanced performance with efficiency, delivering the longest potential driving range of the line-up – with up to 600 kilometres1 of range.

    Building on Select, Premium adds luxury touches like LED projector headlamps, premium-finish scuff plates and pedals, and interior upgrades, including red contrast stitching to its Black Onyx Sensico seats (front and rear), black headliner, and multi-colour ambient lighting as standard.

    Mustang Mach-E GT

    For the ultimate in performance, the Mustang Mach-E GT can streak from 0-100km/h in 3.7 seconds5 (with a 1ft. rollout) and is priced from $108,990* (MLP).

    It features the same 91kWh battery as Mach-E Premium but runs two electric motors (one at the front and one at the rear) delivering 358kW and 860Nm of torque to all four wheels with a driving range of up to 490 kilometres1. Mustang Mach-E GT will be the fastest accelerating Ford the Blue Oval offers in Australia.

    As the performance-oriented model in the line-up, Mach-E GT features MagneRideÒ Active Suspension which can adjust up to 1,000 times a second allowing the dampers to respond in real-time to changing road conditions or driving style. The system also automatically adjusts damping force based on the selected drive mode.

    Speaking of drive modes, GT adds Untame Plus6 to the modes available on the other models: Active, Whisper or Untame. This setting is designed for closed-course driving only and adjusts everything from battery cooling to steering to throttle response, traction and stability controls, all-wheel drive strategy and ensures consistent power and torque delivery for longer-lasting thrills.

    Ensuring it stops as well as it goes, Mustang Mach-E GT runs BremboÒ Flexira front performance brakes, 20-inch alloys wrapped in bespoke Pirelli tyres.

    The ‘performance’ continues inside with a pair of bolstered Ford Performance sport front seats designed to support driver and front passenger during spirited driving and finished in a soft-touch leather-like material.

    All models feature Mach-E’s one pedal drive system7 which, once activated allows you to drive just using the accelerator. Take your foot off the throttle and the Mach-E will begin slowing down, recapturing energy usually lost during deceleration, making it perfect for start-stop traffic.

    FordPass Mobile Connectivity

    Like other Ford vehicles, Mach-E features FordPass8 connectivity which lets you access a range of information about your vehicle from afar via the FordPass App on your smartphone, as well as key Electric Vehicle (EV) connected services and charging information including:

    • FordPass Power My Trip9: which works with Connected Built-In Satellite Navigation to help customers plan trips that include convenient charging stations along their route:
    • By entering their destination directly into SYNC 42 or via the FordPass8 App, ‘Power My Trip9 can consider Mach-E’s current state of charge in addition to real-time traffic conditions to help identify charging stops when a customer will need them.
    • The feature includes estimates of the amount of time spent at each charging station and can also suggest different routes based on driver preferences such as: time taken, distance travelled, or optimal economy.
      • Battery Charge Level
      • Distance to Empty (km)
      • Nearby Chargers
      • Charge Settings: allowing customers to set up preferred Charge Times and add Departure Times
      • Charge Logs

    Mustang Mach-E represents a shift from the traditional and will appeal to a wide range of buyers. This is why we’ve made the decision to offer customers the chance to reserve their vehicle online. It’s a natural part of our digital evolution and allows our customers to shop with their Authorised Ford EV Dealer 24/7.

    Danni Winter, Marketing Director, Ford Australia.

    Reserve online

    To purchase a Mustang Mach-E, customers will need to access the Ford Australia online reservation portal –

    After choosing their variant, customers will need to create a Ford Account and pay a set reservation fee of $1,000 to the selected Authorised Ford EV Dealer.

    Online reservation not only adds a level of convenience to the vehicle purchase process, but also allows for the management of wait times based on reservation by series.

    Danni Winter, Marketing Director, Ford Australia

    Mustang Mach-E forms an important part of Ford’s electrified future in Australia, with a plan to launch at least five electrified vehicles Down Under by the end of 2024.


    1. Based on a full charge. Estimated range of Mach-E using Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). Figures shown are for comparability purposes and should only be compared with other vehicles tested to the same technical procedures. Actual range varies with conditions such as external elements like temperature, driving behaviours, route profile, vehicle maintenance, and battery age and condition. WLTP Overall Range reflects a combined driving cycle. This test is conducted in controlled conditions with an ambient temperature of 23 degrees Celsius and no climate or electrical load.
    2. Don’t drive distracted. Use voice operated systems where possible and don’t use handheld devices while driving. Some features may be locked out while the vehicle is in gear. Not all SYNC® features are compatible with all phones. SYNC® screen appearance and functionality may change over time due to software updates. 
    3. BANG & OLUFSEN© 2023 and B&O© 2023. BANG & OLUFSENTM and B&OTM are registered trademarks of Bang & Olufsen Group. Licensed by Harman Becker Automotive System Manufacturing Kft. All rights reserved.
    4. Wireless charging only available with a compatible phone
    5. Performance of Mach-E GT model. The acceleration test was conducted on a closed circuit by a trained driver. Ford test data based on typical industry methodology using 1 ft. rollout. Your results may vary. Drive safely and be aware of the speed limit at all times and monitor your speed accordingly.
    6. This feature is only available when the HV battery state of charge is above about 35%, the ambient temperature is above 32.0°F (0°C) and the HV battery temperature is warm. To use this feature, you must be in untame mode with the untame plus slider selected with the battery at operating temperature. When using this mode, one pedal drive is not available and other driver assistance features disable. Designed for track use only.
    7. This system is an extra driving aid. It does not replace your attention and judgment, or the need to apply the brakes. See owner’s manual for details and limitations.
    8. Use of FordPass is subject to the FordPass Terms and Privacy Policy available on and requires a compatible mobile device, internet access and software (including software updates from time to time). FordPass functionality and appearance may change over time due to software updates. You are responsible for internet access, mobile network data and voice call services required for your use of the FordPass App on your mobile device, including associated fees. The FordPass App and FordPass Connect modem can only work when both are connected to the telecommunications network. The FordPass Connect modem will only function on the 3G or 4G telecommunications networks. When these networks are no longer available, the modem will stop functioning and the connected services and all data transmission via the modem will cease. Ford cannot guarantee that FordPass will be in fully operating condition at all times and the FordPass App may be unavailable or particular FordPass services interrupted. Ford is not responsible for any limitations or restrictions of the telecommunications network or of your mobile device. Warning: Local laws prohibit some phone functions while driving. Check your local road rules before using these functions. Use Remote Vehicle Start and Stop responsibly and only in well ventilated areas where you are aware of your vehicle’s surroundings.

    FordPass Power My Trip is a Connected Service that requires the Connected Built-in Satellite Navigation service to be switched ‘on’. Eligible vehicles receive 1 year of service from the Ford Express

    Jason Cartwright
    Jason Cartwright
    Creator of techAU, Jason has spent the dozen+ years covering technology in Australia and around the world. Bringing a background in multimedia and passion for technology to the job, Cartwright delivers detailed product reviews, event coverage and industry news on a daily basis. Disclaimer: Tesla Shareholder from 20/01/2021

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