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Tuesday 26 February 2019

Electric Ford Mustang Crossover Will Go Like Hell, Says Ford

Ford is dead serious about its electrification plans. The Blue Oval company wants to have a hybrid, PHEV, or all-electric version of its every model, and, in addition, it will launch a number of completely new nameplates with electric powertrains.

One of these new members of the lineup will be a Mustang-inspired crossover which is scheduled to arrive on the market sometime next year.

And while Ford’s previous electrified models such as the Focus Electric, Fusion Energy, and C-Max PHEV were best known for their good fuel efficiency, the new EVs will be focused on performance and efficiency together. Emphasizing Ford’s new strategy, the automaker’s Executive Chairman Bill Ford said the Mustang-inspired electric crossover “is going to go like hell.”

This is not just a phrase. It’s a callback to a legendary speech of Henry Ford II who told his team the drivers need to “go like hell” when Ford was attempting to beat Ferrari at Le Mans back in the 1960s. The rest, as they say, is history and the famous phrase is now used to underline Ford’s ambitions to build highly efficient and performance-oriented electric vehicles.


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