Ford Mustang Mach E GT Review

Price: from £72,830

Electrifying.com score

9/10

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The range-topping, high performance GT version of the Mustang Mach E combines incredible acceleration with refinement.


  • Battery size: 91 kWh
  • Miles per kWh: 3.41
  • E-Rating™: B

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  • Max charge rate: 150 kW
  • Range: 310 miles

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  • Battery size: 91 kWh
  • Miles per kWh: 3.41
  • E-Rating™: B

    Click here to find out more about our electric car Efficiency Rating.​

  • Max charge rate: 150 kW
  • Range: 310 miles
  • Electrifying.com E-Rating B

Ginny Says

“Wow - this is the Mustang we've been waiting for. I've loved fast Fords since I was a kid, and I'm really impressed with the job Ford has done with this. Yes, it's a lot of money for a Ford, but there's no questioning the quality of the car or the performance it delivers.”

Nicki Says

“To be honest, they had me when I heard that it would come in Cyber Orange and Grabber Blue - two of the best car colours in the world! It will be fascinating to see how the GT squares up to the Tesla Model Y Performance when it arrives next year. They're so close on price and performance. ”

  • Price:£72,830
  • Full charge cost (approx. – based on home charging):£20.00
  • Company car tax :2% (2022-25)
  • Insurance group:47
  • Warranty:3 years/60,000 miles
  • Battery:8 years/100,000 miles

​Pricing

There’s just one model in the Mach-E GT range, which is currently priced at £72,830. That no longer makes the Mach-E seem like a huge bargain as it's risen in price by more than £7,000 in a year. If you’re attached to the bright orange and blue paint options – Cyber Orange and Grabber Blue, to be precise – you’ll add another £1,150 immediately. Black is your only ‘free’ colour choice, white is £800 and everything else over a grand. Yikes. The only other real option is a £995 glass panoramic roof, though; Ford has packed the GT with standard kit so you’ll be unlikely to tip things too far past the £80k mark. It’s worth acknowledging the GT is a whole £20k more than a regular Mach-E, but it still seems like reasonable value. The Blue Oval doing what it does best, even at a more elevated, tech-packed price point.

Running costs

The insurance group is much higher than a stock Mach-E too, mind, edging towards the highest group possible. Given how prodigious its performance is, that’s perhaps understandable. Charging ain’t cheap either, but only because the Mach-E’s battery – and

thus its range figure – is so usefully large. The car and battery warranty are entirely on par for the class, though lagging behind Hyundai, Kia and Genesis, whose electric cars will soon possess circa-500bhp performance variants to tackle the Mach-E head on.

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