Ford Mustang Mach-E

Editors' Review

Regardless of whether you think the Mach-E deserves to be called a Mustang, most can agree that Ford's electric crossover is quite good. Joining the lineup this year is the Mustang Mach-E GT, which ups the EV's performance with lots of additional power. In GT Performance Edition spec, this EV is one of the quickest Mustangs Ford has ever built, second only to the mighty Shelby GT500. The addition of Ford's new BlueCruise hands-free highway driving assistant also makes the Mach-E one of the most modern vehicles in Ford's fleet. All told, the Mach-E is more compelling than ever.

The GT's external differences begin with a glossy black faux grille that replaces the color-matched nose of the standard Mach-E. Of course, the electric crossover doesn't need a large front intake to cool an engine, so there's nothing behind the grille but a spacious and versatile frunk storage area. A more aggressive front bumper completes the sporty makeover, while a glowing pony badge adds a bit of visual flair. Meanwhile, the rear end's Mustang icon gets swapped for "GT" lettering.

Filling the GT's arches are standard 20-inch wheels shod with either 245/45R20 all-season tires or Pirelli P-Zero summer rubber if you spring for the Performance Edition. Four-piston Brembo front brakes with 15.1-inch rotors and 12.4-inch rear rotors with single-piston calipers add stopping power and a pop of bright red. The GT also sits half an inch lower to the ground than the standard Mach-E, giving it a nicer overall stance.

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The Good ~ Neck-snapping acceleration and power ~ BlueCruise hands-free highway assist works well ~ Good range and fast charging

The Bad ~ Steering lacks feedback ~ GT and Performance modes are fairly expensive

The Bottom Line Boasting BlueCruise hands-free highway assist and a massive power boost, the 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT is more compelling than ever.

Editors' Rating
  • Performance 9
  • Features 9
  • Design 8
  • Media 8

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