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FlatBroke

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Posted: 11/16/19 08:33am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Electric Mustang has this been reported? If so never mind.



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FlatBroke wrote:

Electric Mustang has this been reported? If so never mind.


The Detroit Free Press had done a couple stories on it but they were short on detail beyond a Mustang based SUV. Everyone gets to see tommorow.....

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thomasmnile wrote:

FlatBroke wrote:

Electric Mustang has this been reported? If so never mind.


The Detroit Free Press had done a couple stories on it but they were short on detail beyond a Mustang based SUV. Everyone gets to see tommorow.....

Probably with a new EV Pickup manufacturer[emoticon]

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Sad thought, likely will require an extra battery pack to run the amp and speakers that will be required to make it sound like a Mustang.

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wanderingaimlessly wrote:

Sad thought, likely will require an extra battery pack to run the amp and speakers that will be required to make it sound like a Mustang.


Heh heh. And the reality is as of a couple months all EV’s need a pedestrian warning systym when operating under 30 kmh. Various manufactures have various tones or sounds. Hard to hear inside as the project forward. I suppose one could hack some vroom vroom sounds into the systym. [emoticon]

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The reveal will be live on YouTube in 62 minutes. This has got to be a little exiting for Mexico as well. Quite literally the first mass produced EV built in Mexico.

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I wonder how many EV naysayers on here are going to suddenly think EV's are the best thing since sliced bread because it has "Ford" in it's name?

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The car looks good and I like the interior. I wonder if the batteries are being made in Mexico as well. That whole area around Cuautitlan is well situated for vertical integration. There hasn’t been much said about fords battery suppliers.

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When they mentioned the charging stations, I wonder were they referring to tesla chargers also?

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NJRVer wrote:

When they mentioned the charging stations, I wonder were they referring to tesla chargers also?


No. This was announced last week. Ford has none of their own DCFC stations. What they have done is signed agreements with a few of the main charging networks. Essentially enables an easy pay systym. They are not able to access Tesla Superchargers as they haven’t payed into it. Ford itself is currently considering making it mandatory for dealers to add a DCFC station to any dealer that wants to sell the Mach E.

I’ll see if I can find the article.

On edit. Here you go. It’s essentialy an agreement with Greenlots and Electrify America. Using a Ford pass card. It would be handy. We currently have a wallet with 7 RFID cards in it. It would be nice to have just one card.

https://media.ford.com/content/fordmedia........t-electric-vehicle-charting-network.html

* This post was edited 11/17/19 08:33pm by Reisender *

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