Ford’s top executives explain the journey to the marque’s milestone SUV.
The Mach-E isn’t a muscle car, its a crossover SUV meant to compete with Audi, Jaguar and Tesla.
Set to go into production in 2021, the electric sedan boasts 530 hp and a range of 340 miles.
The Irvine, California-based startup unveiled the T/One and Torq truck concepts at the Shanghai Import Expo last week.
The $3.2 million EV’s powertrain produces 1,985 hp and 1,475 lb-ft of torque, according to the company.
The automaker is saying goodbye to the current Pininfarina-designed coupé with the one-off Zéda.
Daimler AG CEO Ola Källenius confirmed that the company is developing an electric version of the SUV.
EVs now make up 1.9 percent of cars sold in the US, while stick shifts account for 1.1 percent.
The Raging Bull doesn’t have faith that traditional lithium-ion batteries can meet the demands of its supercars.