Ford’s Mustang-inspired EV will travel more than 300 miles on a full battery

Ford’s first long-range electric vehicle — an SUV inspired by the Mustang muscle car due out in 2020 — will likely travel more than 300 miles on a single charge, the company announced Tuesday. The car was first teased at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show, and has been in development under the codename “Mach 1.”

Ford executives have often stated, as far back as 2017, that they hope to offer more than 300 miles in the company’s first mass-market EV. (The company has sold shorter range all-electric Focus hatchbacks and Ranger trucks in the past.) With Tuesday’s announcement, it appears that they’ll do just that. Ford says the still-unnamed car will eclipse 600 kilometers, or about 370 miles, based on Europe’s Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle…

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