The Ford Mustang Mach-E electric car technology gets a slight update to its battery before entering 2022.
In the 2021 model, the Ford Mustang Mach-E is offered with two battery capacity options, namely Standard Range (SR) with a capacity of 68 kWh and Extended Range (ER) with a capacity of 88 kWh.
In the 2022 model, that capacity increases slightly. The Standard Range battery increases by 2 kWh to 70 kWh.
Meanwhile, the Extended Range battery has increased by 3 kWh to 91 kWh.
Are there additional mileage claims? Quoting from Auto Express, the mileage claims increase by around 1-7.4 percent depending on the variant.
For 2022, the Ford Mustang Mach-E comes in four trim variants namely Select, California Route 1, Premium, and GT.
The Select variant gets a choice of one Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD) electric motor or two All-Wheel Drive (AWD) electric motors with a 70 kWh battery.
Ford claims an estimated mileage of 247 miles or 397.5 km on the RWD version according to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards, an increase from the previous 230 miles or 370 km.
As for the AWD version, the estimated mileage increased from 211 miles 339.5 km to 224 miles or 360.4 km.
Then the Premium variant with similar battery specifications, the estimated mileage is still targeted as before, namely 370 km and 339.5 km.
Now for the 91 kWh Extended Range battery, it is available for the California Route 1, Premium, and GT variants.
Starting from the 2022 California Route 1 RWD variant, the estimated mileage has increased from 305 miles or 490.8 km to 314 miles or 505.3 km.
For the Premium Extended Range variant, the distance is now estimated at 303 miles or 487.6 km for the RWD version and 277 miles or 446 km for the AWD version.
Interestingly in the GT variant, the estimated mileage has not changed from the previous 270 miles or 434 km for the RWD and 260 miles or 418 km for the AWD version.