Over the weekend, some Ford fans got a chance to get up close with the yet to be released, all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E.
Melbourne’s Highball Cars and Coffee is a regular meetup that attracts lots of special vehicles. 2 days prior to the weekend’s event, Product Communications and Motorsport Manager for Ford Australia made the announcement on the Mustang Mach-E Australia Facebook Group.
The event was sponsored by Bosch who also played host to the Cars and coffee event at their Clayton HQ (1555 Centre Rd, Clayton, Melbourne, Victoria).
Ford are one of the big legacy OEMs and typically the launches of new vehicles are tightly managed as to maximise impact and ultimately sales. I’m really glad we’re seeing Ford think differently about the Mach-E, particularly given EV enthusiasts will likely be well aware of the vehicle, given it’s been available in the US for a couple of years now.
The Mach-E will be Ford’s first all-electric passenger vehicle released in Australia, with deliveries due to start in Q4 2023. Ford opened pre-orders for the mid-sized SUV back in May with prices starting from A$79,990.
Which Car has a great feature article on the event, with loads of pictures. If you attended the event and got to see the Mach-E in person, let us know in the comments below.