I know it is still early days, but based on the leaked specs, I can't shake the feeling that the Mach-E is a swing and a miss for Ford. We all know that the Tesla model Y was the target for this vehicle. So knowing that, why didn't Ford make sure that it beat the Tesla in every category possible? The Tesla, depending on the trim level, still has equal or better range, faster charging potential with the updated Supercharger network, equal or better performance specs and comparable or even better pricing. (Yes, I know there will be a $7,500 tax credit for a limited time, but a tax credit does not necessarily mean $7500 can be taken off the price). In addition, the Tesla has an advanced autopilot system and a lauded user interface that Ford will likely not have an answer for in the short term. More importantly, Tesla has for the moment, captured that elusive pop culture zeitgeist that Ford has not had since the launch of the original Mustang back in 1964. I am a die hard Ford fan but I would never argue that Ford has the same brand appeal as Tesla does right now. So, why would anybody pony up (pun intended) $60k+ for Ford's first year top of the line electric when they can have the proven Tesla design with equal or better specs for roughly the same money? To be a home run the Mach-E needs to match or exceed the Tesla and do it for less money. I sure hope Ford has an ace up their sleeve when they roll out the big reveal Sunday...........