The Ford Mustang Mach-E debuted with its polarizing name nearly four years ago. The battery-electric crossover Mustang hit production the following year and made its way to customers as a 2021 model. The reinterpreted Mustang draws some jeers from pony car devotees but has been generally well-received by EV fans.
Since the Mach-E’s arrival, the market for battery-electric vehicles has only become more crowded. With plenty of competition from Korean, Japanese, and European automakers, as well as Tesla and crosstown rival General Motors, the Mustang Mach-E is holding its own in a fluctuating market. Available with multiple powertrain and battery combinations, the Mustang Mach-E offers plenty of variety and price points to make it a compelling option.
On this episode of Quick Spin, Autoweek associate editor Emmet White hops behind the wheel of the ’23 Mustang Mach-E and puts it through its paces. He takes you on a guided tour of Ford’s electric Mustang and highlights some of his favorite exterior and interior features. Later, White takes you along for a live drive review of this Mustang Mach-e and chats with host Wesley Wren about his thoughts and experiences during his time with the car. The pair discuss Ford’s semi-autonomous Blue Cruise system, touch on the controversy around using the Mustang nameplate, and also break down what makes this electric crossover special.