I had to crank the volume up a bit but they said "anything with a module though can be updated via over-the-air and how we roll that out, whether it's powertrain or anything else will come down the road. They're not going to be something that we necessarily do right away."
I was there when this was recorded. Here's what was written in another post about what Zoltan said. (The video is VERY quiet).
Question: Ford has said the Mach-E will have the capability to have over the air updates. What, specifically, will Ford be able to update on the vehicle?
Answer: Ford reps were very careful not to say too much, but Zotlan did say: “Updating driver assist capabilities. Updating the powertrain controller module. Updating your brakes for example. Updating the headlamp module.”
He wouldn’t clarify if that meant adding or taking away range. He did go on to give an example, noting that they could, potentially, improve the regenerative braking algorithms over time to make them more efficient, and then roll that out to all models. In theory, that would improve the car’s real world efficiency and range.
Here are some clips from Ford's presentation of the Mustang Mach-E at the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto.
They touch on stuff like the FordPass Charging Network and the some of the features that come with the new SYNC system.
AutoTrader filmed an overview of the Mach-E covering the interior, exterior and acceleration in a city environment.
"Rory Reid was given the chance to poke around in the new Ford Mustang Mach-E, Ford's new electric SUV. In this preview, he checks out the interior and exterior design, those...