Ford Mustang Mach-E — Diving Into Specs, Features, Trims

While working on a comparison of the Ford Mustang Mach-E and the Ford Escape, I found a detailed document on technical specifications of the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E. There’s a lot of information in there that might be interesting for people, but the document might also be a case of “too much information.” So, I’m pulling out some key specs and features that interest me or that I think would interest a lot of people, along with a bit of commentary


Tesla Model 3 Sales = 2× Ford Mustang Sales or BMW 3 Series Sales (USA)

Those of us very tied into Tesla news sometimes forget that 9 out of 10 people on the street know close to nothing about Tesla. Additionally, if anything comes to mind when they are asked about Tesla, it is probably misleading FUD that originated from a Tesla smear campaign. On the other hand, practically everyone [&hellip


800HP Electric Mustang = Quick, Quiet, Powerful, Fun

Mitch Medford is an interesting guy. He’s a hot rodder and drag racer, through and through. He appreciates the classics, and has a refined style that leans towards clean, uncluttered builds. Clean, uncluttered builds with massive amounts of tire-shredding torque, that is. It’s that thirst for speed that led him to build the 800 HP, 10-second ’68 Mustang fastback you see here. Did I mention yet that Mitch’s Mustang is fully electric


Crazy Kia Dealer, Tesla P85D Test Drive, BMW i3 On Amazon, Electric Mustang… (Cleantech Talk #10)


Chris and I enjoyed recording another Cleantech Talk podcast, and we hope you’ll enjoy listening to it just as much. You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below, on SoundCloud, on iTunes, or by downloading the podcast and then listening. If you need a text summary before deciding to listen or not, here’s a

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