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Mustang Mach-E features an impressive array of connected technologies, designed to provide a driving experience that’s centred around you.

Drive Modes

Your Mustang Mach-E lets you tailor your driving experience to your preferred style. Three different Drive Modes, Active, Whisper, and Untamed, alter engine sounds, ambient lighting, and even the responsiveness of your electric SUV to perfectly match your mood.


When you need to, let your Mustang Mach-E take care of the parking for you. Once activated, Intelligent Active Park Assist can identify a suitable perpendicular or parallel space, then effortlessly steer you in and out. Reverse and side parking aids also sound as an audible alert when you’re getting too close to your surroundings.

One Pedal Drive

Mustang Mach-E features an advanced One Pedal Drive system. Take your foot off the power, and the car automatically and smoothly slows itself down. Energy usually lost through deceleration is also recaptured and used to extend your battery range. The system means you can drive using the One Pedal most of the time. You should only need to use the brake pedal if you need to brake more suddenly.


Giving you an extra pair of eyes. Cross Traffic Alert helps when reversing out of spaces, by alerting you if it detects vehicles approaching from either side.

Similarly, the Blind Spot Information System checks for vehicles hidden in your blind spots while driving. The system alerts you via warning lights in both door mirrors if a hazard is detected.


Make light work of heavy traffic. Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go lets you automatically maintain your pre-set distance from the vehicle in front of you. It can even bring your Mustang Mach-E to a complete stop in heavy traffic and then automatically accelerate back up to your chosen speed.


Your Mustang Mach-E includes Evasive Steering Assist as part of the wider Pre-Collision Assist system. The technology is designed to detect when you swerve to avoid an obstacle, then provide additional steering support to help you steer around the object in your path.


Pre-Collision Assist uses a camera to scan the road ahead and warn you if it detects a potential collision with a vehicle, pedestrian or cyclist. If you don’t respond to the warning in time, the system can automatically apply up to full braking force to help reduce the severity of, or even eliminate, some frontal collisions.


Your Mustang Mach-E can automatically dim the headlight beams if it senses you’re approaching oncoming traffic. The Auto High Beam can then automatically increase to full beam once the road ahead clears.


Ford SYNC 4A is a cloud-connected in-car communication and entertainment system. Cloud connectivity enables advanced route planning and conversational voice recognition. And with wireless smartphone integration, electric vehicle charging management, an intuitive 15.5” touchscreen, plus a whole lot more, you’ll experience a new world of connectivity through your car.


Your Mustang Mach-E is designed to evolve over time. Secure over-the-air updates offer enhancements: from updating the SYNC® 4A software, to upgrades that improve your vehicle’s quality, capability and convenience. Most of these updates install automatically, enabled by innovative, cloud-connected technology. Larger updates can be installed over Wi-Fi at a time and a place that suits you.


Connect your Mach-E to the FordPass app on your smartphone, to unlock even more of its smart side. You can use your phone to locate your car, remotely lock or unlock it, monitor tyre pressure and get vehicle health alerts. You can plan journeys with your phone, then share destinations with your vehicle and have charging automatically plotted along the route, if you’ll need it. And, specifically for the Mach-E, the ‘Intelligent Range’ feature displays charge levels, remaining driving distance, and convenient public charging locations en route.
Enjoy free access to the FordPass Charging Network too, with discounts* at NewMotion and IONITY charging stations.


When you pair your smartphone with FordPass, your Mustang Mach-E adjust various settings to your pre-selected preferences. This includes adjusting the seats and mirrors, tuning in to your favourite radio station, and even setting the ambient lighting and instrument panel to the way you like it. You can also create your own unique avatar for a more personal touch.


Advanced electric dual-motor All-Wheel Drive (AWD) raises the game. An electric motor on the front and rear axle enhances performance and helps you tackle more challenging driving conditions


The Mustang Mach-E is available with two battery options which are both available in either rear-wheel or all-wheel drive versions. The Standard Range (75 kWh) Mach-E battery is capable of up to 279 miles of all-electric driving range. While the Extended Range (99 kWh) battery can deliver up to 379 miles on a single charge.


If you happen to run out of charge while on the road, All electric Roadside Assistance will provide a quick charge on site including recovery of the vehicle to a safe point. If quick charge is not possible, your vehicle will be towed to the next charging point either to a charger within the Ford charging network, a Ford Dealer, your home, or a public charging point. This service is unlimited.

Did you know that the climate and temperature can affect the driving range of your Mustang Mach-E?

All electric vehicles have less energy when in cold temperatures, due to battery cell chemistry. Extreme temperatures often result in more ‘energy’ being drawn from the battery. but there are several ways you can optimise the battery to maximise efficiency.

Here are some tips to stay comfortable and relaxed about your vehicle range when driving in winter:

  • Pre -condition or pre-heat the vehicle using the home charger and battery while plugged-in using the FordPass App.
  • Whenever possible, park in a garage or undercover.
  • If possible, always keep the Electric Vehicle plugged in whenever it is parked.
  • Use the heated seats and steering wheel as primary local heat sources for the passengers. These consume far less energy.
  • If the vehicle is snow covered, brush all the snow off the vehicle before driving to eliminate extra weight and aerodynamic drag.
  • Ensure all driving assistance features, such as traction control, are turned on. Also, place the vehicle in ‘whisper’ driving mode as this moderates the forces supplied through the wheels providing gentler acceleration and braking on treacherous roads, in adverse weather.
  • Driving habits are learned by the vehicle over time. Summer driving behaviours transferred into the winter might initially result in poorer predictions. This can be alleviated by manually resetting their EV driving history at the start of winter and summer.
  • Avoid using high-power, fast charging (DC) after short driving distances. The battery needs time to heat up, under normal driving conditions, to be able to accept high charge power. Not giving your battery time to condition will impact charging performance.
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