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First drive review: 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT upgrades performance without losing range
As if carrying just one legacy name wasn’t enough, the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT adds a second set of historical baggage by tacking on a pair of initials that mean something extra to Ford. The “GT” distinction has only been worn by a few vehicles throughout the Blue Oval’s history: Mustangs, the Le Mans-winning Ford GT40, and the pair of modern Ford GT supercars from the 2000s.
That gives the Mach-E GT a lot to live up to, as it attempts to redefine what performance will mean for Ford as it electrifies its lineup. This is a vehicle full of GT firsts: first to be all-wheel drive, to be battery powered, and to be an SUV. To see if it can live up to its top-name billing, I traveled to San Francisco to put it through its paces on winding coastal roads north of the city and on an autocross course on the decommissioned Naval base in Alameda, Calif.
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