Brand New 2022 Ford Mustang MACH-E 5Dr Standard Range Tech+ uk deals

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Full length Ford Mustang Mach-E video review with market value analysis

This manically fast flagship GT model costs from just over £67,000, around £10,000 more than the ordinary 'Extended Range' AWD model that shares its 88kWh battery and 4x4 system.

We detailed the visual changes this GT offers inside and out in our 'Design' section. Otherwise, this GT's key spec addition is Ford's adaptive MagneRide suspension and an extra 'Untamed Plus' drive mode.

Otherwise, the equipment tally is the same as that for a conventional 'Extended Range' battery model. Which means you get adaptive LED Mustang signature headlamps, black power-folding mirrors and a 'Blade'-style front grille design.

Inside, there's red stitching for the Sensico upholstery, along with 8-way power adjustable front seats and a dark headliner. Also included is a full panorama roof, power-folding mirrors, a hands-free tailgate and an Advanced Active Park Assist system that steers you into both parallel and perpendicular spaces merely by holding down a button.

The cabin additionally features a B&O Premium Sound System with 10 speakers, including a really smart Dashboard Sound Bar. What about safety kit? Well there's 'Pre-Collision Assist' autonomous braking, 'Lane Departure Warning' with a 'Lane Keeping System', 'Evasive Steering Assist', a 'BLIS' 'Blind Spot Information System', 'Cross Traffic Alert', Driver Alert', 'Wrong Way Alert' and 'Reverse Braking Assist', which mitigates collisions at low speeds when you're parking by braking the car automatically, say, to avoid a low wall or, more seriously, a child or a pet..

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