Pricing of the all-new Ford Mach E is expected to start around $40,000.
As this Mustang-inspired electric crossover goes on sale late 2020 as a 2021 model, it will be priced from a "relatively affordable" $40,000. Like the Tesla Model Y ($43,700), its closest rival that shares similar specs. A major one of them that influences price is its EPA-estimated range of 300-miles (482-kilometers) on a single charge. Initially Ford claimed it was "up to 370 miles."
That 300-miles is said to come from a 100-kWh battery. Similar to the Model S P100D. In the Model Y. it's a 75-kWh unit.
Being the first of many full-electric vehicles to come from Ford, it isn't clear how trims and pricing will vary.
Knowing the Mach E is an electric compact crossover priced around $40,000 tell us it will get, standard RWD, an optional dual-motor AWD configuration and a performance version that builds on the AWD model.
If you opt for the AWD Mach E, pricing should increase up to $5,000 more from the base Mach E and over $10,000 more for the highest tier trim.
Expect more pricing details to follow after the Mach E debuts at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show.