Ford is publishing various improvements to the all-electric Mustang Mach E. For example, a larger Ford Mustang Mach-E might tow more battery pack and there would be more standard driver assistance systems.
Ford is once again coming up with some improvements to the all-electric Mustang Mach-E. First of all, electric SUVs get a slightly better standard equipment in terms of assistance and safety systems. For example, automatic cruise control with traffic sign recognition and Active Park Assist 2.0 (automatic parking using a 360-degree camera) is now standard.
For folks who own a big trailer, there’s also good news: The Ford Mustang Mach-E can now tow more than before. This relates to the extended range versions that have the largest battery pack (98 kWh, net 88 kWh). From now on, they can pull 1500 kg instead of 1000 kg. This applies to both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive options. Earlier, Ford has already increased the maximum towing weight of the brakes From 750 to 1000 kg. Please note: With a trailer of 1500 kg and a maximum gross weight of the Mustang Mach-E, the kit weight exceeds 3500 kg. Then you need a BE driver’s license.
AutoWeek is still awaiting a response from Ford Netherlands on whether the revised towing weight also applies to already-sold Mach-E Mustangs. If so, the maximum towing weight will be higher than indicated on the registration certificate. In principle, your car should be rechecked if you want to tow more than the specified weight. This is for each car if you want to use it. For this you need documentation from the manufacturer / importer. AutoWeek also asked Ford if this had been taken into account.
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