Rally-inspired Ford Mustang Mach-E unveiled, ready to buy this autumn

  • The Ford Mustang Mach-E Rally was unveiled at Goodwood Festival of Speed this weekend
  • The customised EV has rally wheels, chunkier tyres, and a larger spoiler
  • Ford plans to bring the car to market in autumn of this year

The Ford Mustang Mach-E Rally

Ford unveiled a rally-inspired version of its popular Mustang Mach-E, at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. The photos provided by the company show the wide array of changes made on its “first rally-inspired electric SUV”.

This includes new rally spotlights located inside the front grill, along with white rally style wheels wrapped in chunky rubber. The model also adds a large rally-style rear spoiler, along with a redesigned front bumper and mud flaps.

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Rally-inspired road cars are rare as it is, but this is not just a one-off concept. This special edition of the Mach-E is set to release to US and European markets by autumn. It could be a great option for those searching for an electric vehicle with decent off road-ability. When it comes to other off-road options, the fully electric Range Rover has not yet come to fruition, while Ford’s off-road capable F150 Lightning will not be coming to the UK.

How much will it cost?

There’s no word on pricing or exact specifications just yet. The model shown at Goodwood used the 348bhp 91kW all-wheel-drive set up as used on the Mach-E Premium, which currently starts at £65,405. That gives us a rough idea of what we can expect the Mach-E Rally to cost, considering the addition of all those extra rally bits.

Considering the praise that the current Mach-E has currently got for its driving experience, range, and interior, the Rally edition could be one of the best electric off-roaders you can buy.

“Mustang Mach-E took the freedom and fun of Mustang and made it free from emissions. Now with Mustang Mach-E Rally, we’re providing our customers the freedom to venture off the asphalt and beyond the beaten path.”

Darren Palmer, VP of Electric Vehicle Programs, Ford Model e

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