The 2022 Ford Mustang Mach E has been one of the recent development in the segment by the brand which tends to hint at further improvement in multiple areas. Its J.D power rating of 73 is simply not a bright sign on the upfront which is further dented by the 60-marked "Quality and Reliability". However, there is no question about the thrill one can have which is reinforced by a rating of 93 in the "Driving Experience" by the same authority.
Moreover, the Ford Mustang Mach E might not have NHTSA and IIHS safety ratings yet but the GE1 platform on which it rests surely confirms a rigid build throughout. And so do the safety features of the Ford CoPilot360 2.0 and Ford CoPilot360 Assist 2.0 on offer for an MSRP of $43,895-$61,995 for its trim lineup of Select, Premium, California Route 1, and GT.