The Mach-E is available in 4 different trims the Select, and Premium trims are available with both drive types while AWD has the California Route 1 and GT trims. The electric Mach-E produces either 266, 290, 346 or 480 horsepower depending on the configuration. The Mach-E AWD Select and Premium have a range 247 miles, the AWD GT can travel 270 miles while the the California Route 1 trim has a range of 312 miles.
The Select trim comes well equipped with 18-inch wheels, LED headlights and daytime running lights, rain sensing wipers, keyless entry and push button start, automatic dual-zone climate control, satellite radio, Bluetooth, 4 USB ports, wireless device charging, 15.5 inch touchscreen, an integrated navigation system with real-time traffic display and adaptive cruise control.
Premium trim adds a fixed panoramic sunroof, 10-speaker sound system, a hands-free power liftgate, heated front seats, an automated parking assistant and surround view cameras. The GT trim is the sportier model with painted calipers, power folding mirrors, and sport bucket front seats.
Safety features across the lineup include an active lane departure system, blind spot warning, forward and rear collision mitigation, pedestrian detection, a driver attention alert, and traffic sign information.
The Mustang Mach-e carries over with minimal changes, while the California Route 1 model is only available in all-wheel drive for 2023.
The 2023 Mustang Mach-E may still have one of the most recognizable names in the automotive world, but with its current design, it's far more than just a pretty face and a familiar name. Notable competitors include the Audi e-tron, Polestar 2, Tesla Model Y, Volvo XC40 Recharge and Volkswagen ID.4.