The Mustang Mach-E's starting price point is pitched from around £41,500. Across the range, you'll be choosing between single-motor Rear Wheel Drive and twin-motor All-Wheel Drive formats; and, in either case, between two battery sizes, which we'll quote in terms of usable capacity. There's a 68kWh 'Standard range' pack with 288 cells offering 115kW High Powered Charging; or an 88kWh 'Extended Range' battery with 376 cells offering 150kW High Powered Charging. The range starting price we just quoted requires you to stick with the 'Standard Range' 68kWh battery, which will see your Mach-E put out 269PS in both Rear-driven and the All-Wheel drive forms, the latter variant requiring a price premium of just over £5,000.
Ideally though, you'd stretch to the bigger 88kWh 'Extended Range' battery pack , which comes with a power upgrade - to 294PS for the Rear-driven model, priced from around £50,000; or to 351PS for this AWD model, which from launch was priced at around £57,000. If you're set on AWD and the bigger battery pack, Ford also want you to consider the manically fast flagship GT model, which includes both paired to a considerably higher output - 487PS, along with more torque (860Nm) than any car the brand has ever sold in Europe. From launch, that top version cost just over £67,000.
Across the range, core cabin features include an absolutely huge 15.5-inch Central Touch Screen, incorporating next-generation 'SYNC 4' media connectivity with an embedded 'FordPass Connect' modem, Connected Navigation and Natural Voice Search functionality. There's also wireless 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring - the sort of thing you still can't get in a Tesla.