The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E announcement took headlines by storm when Ford told the public about the all-new electric vehicle being released that would wear the iconic Mustang badge.
The vehicle ordering process has already starting and dealers are expecting to see their first rental only vehicles in fall of 2020. That timeline appears to be accurate as we noticed the Mustang Mach-E is already on public roads testing.
Facebook user Glenn Otto posted the images above January 9th from a Walmart parking lot he was pulling into. He stated in the post when the drivers were asked about where they were driving to “on a road test trip from Dearborn Michigan to Kentucky and we were the only place since Cleveland where they could all get recharged.”
We are assuming that Glenn is referring to his home town of Huber Heights, OH where the local Walmart has a Electrify America Charging Station we found online. Ford announced in October 2019 they would be partnering with the largest vehicle charging network to ensure customers can confidently switch to an all-electric lifestyle.
It is great to see the Mach-E is on the road pushing the limits in various types of weather and getting ready to launch later this year. If you see any other sightings of the all-new electric mustang, send them our way.