Are you Ready for Mustang Mach-E?

As previously reported, November 17 is the day Ford will unveil its brand new and highly anticipated electric SUV in Los Angeles.

For a long time, the company has been referring to it as a “Mustang-inspired” vehicle to capitalize on the success of its iconic pony car.

Well, it’s more than that. The SUV will officially be called “Mustang Mach-E” and become part of the future Mustang lineup, Ford confirmed today. Remember, a Mustang Hybrid is also coming.

The Car Guide will be on hand at the unveiling—hosted by actor Idris Elba—and we will have a comprehensive piece detailing the vehicle’s technical aspects and performance as early as Sunday night.

Immediately following the event, which ends at approximately 9:30 p.m. EST, reservations will open for the Mustang Mach-E at Don’t waste any time if you hope to grab one of the limited First Edition models.

In Canada, customers can also start the reservation process by visiting their local Ford EV certified dealer. They will be able to finalize their configuration next year when the ordering window opens.

Come back on Sunday night to learn everything about the Ford Mustang Mach-E and see lots of pictures.

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