I never expected Ford to make a big splash in the EV space with a Tesla-taunting SUV, especially not one with Mustang branding. Prices range from US $43,895 for the Select trim to $60,500 for the performance-oriented GT. https://media.ford.com/content/fordmedia/fna/us/en/news/2019/11/17/all-electric-ford-mustang-mach-e.html Distilling the marketing hype, there will be RWD and AWD versions in standard and long range versions: RWD Standard: 75.7kW, 230 mile range, 0-60 low-6 seconds AWD Standard: 75.7kW, 210 mile range, 0-60 mid-5 seconds [you lose 20 miles of range for AWD, but get better acceleration with the same power] RWD Extended: 98.8kW, 300 mile range, 0-60 mid-6 seconds AWD Extended: 98.8kW, 270 mile range, 0-60 mid-5 seconds AWD is a $2,700 premium over RWD. Extended range battery costs $5,000 over the Standard range. The performance oriented GT comes with AWD and the extended range battery, but gives up some range (250 versus 270 miles), but gains performance of 0-60 in under 4 seconds. If Ford can deliver on this, it could be an interesting Tesla competitor. Have fun exploring the specifications with the pre-order configurator: https://www.ford.com/buy/mach-e/build-and-price.html#/model Note also the announcement of the FordPass charging network. It looks like they're (partially?) partnering with Electrify America.