When the Ford Mustang Mach-E arrives at dealerships next month, salespeople may not have to deal too much with customers’ range-anxiety concerns.
The all-wheel-drive base model’s driving range between charges — 211 miles — is good for about a week’s worth of commuting.
According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics’ latest data, the average American drives 29 miles per day to and from work.
Three other Mach-E models have been EPA-certified to go even further between charges.
The base model of the rear-wheel-drive Mach-E is rated at 230 miles on a single charge.
An extended-range awd model has a 270-mile rating and the extended-range rwd Mach-E can travel 300 miles between charges — about equal to the distance a V-6-powered Ford Edge with all-wheel drive can travel on a single tank of fuel based on the EPA’s 21 mpg combined city/highway rating for the vehicle.
Ford previously said the Mach-E’s range will start at 230 miles, with more expensive trims getting up to 300 miles.
Pricing for the Mach-E starts at $43,995 for the base model and tops out at $61,600 for the Mach-E GT.