Ford Mustang Mach-E interior, dashboard & comfort
It's not the last word in luxury inside, but the Mach-E does get an interesting interior design and plenty of up-to-date on-board technology
In keeping with the exterior, the inside of the Mustang Mach-E is quite a departure from what we've seen in other Fords to date, with a pretty minimalist approach and the vast majority of functions displayed on one of two large screens. Quality is generally good, if not quite up to the likes of Audi or Mercedes standards.
Ford Mustang Mach-E dashboard
The Mustang Mach-E's dashboard is certainly interesting for anyone who's just stepped out of one of the brand's more conventional family cars, even if it isn't quite as radical as what Tesla has been producing for the past few years. The huge portrait-orientated touchscreen (more on this below) is one Tesla-esque feature, however – it'll certainly be among the first things you notice when you get behind the wheel.
Equipment, options & accessories
There are currently four versions of the electric Mustang to choose from, and all come pretty well equipped. The rear-drive Standard Range kicks things off at nearly £51,000. In comes in Select trim equipped with a 10.2-inch digital instrument panel, 15.5-inch vertically orientated infotainment touchscreen, heated seats, a heated steering wheel, 18-inch alloys, a wireless phone-charging pad, dual-zone climate control and a reversing camera.
RWD Extended Range models start from a little over £56,000 and are only available in Premium-spec. But, not does that get you the larger battery and longer range, upgrading adds 19-inch alloy wheels, adaptive LED lights, a panoramic glass roof, red brake calipers and powered rather than manual seat adjustment up front.
The extra power and grip of the all-wheel-drive version adds over £15,000 to the Mustang Mach-E's price tag, while the added kit here also includes a 360-degree camera, 10-speaker Bang&Olufsen stereo including a soundbar in the dash and a hands-free powered tailgate.
Finally, there's the top-of-the-range Mustang Mach-E GT, which produces 480bhp and 860Nm of torque, and can do 0-62mph in 4.4 seconds. The version also comes with loads of kit and the larger 98kWh battery, so range stands at 304 miles. You will have to pay nearly £75,000 for the high-performance flagship, but if you want to find out more, check out our full Ford Mustang Mach-E GT review here.
Infotainment, apps & sat nav
The Mustang Mach-E gets the latest evolution of Ford's 'SYNC' in-car infotainment system. It boasts sharp graphics and a highly configurable 'home' screen, and is generally pretty easy to use. There's also wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, should you prefer to use your own phone apps for music and navigation. Our one gripe is that the big 15.5-inch screen could do with being angled towards the driver, as it can be tricky to see and operate some functions at the bottom of the screen at times.
In This Review
- 1VerdictFord's first attempt at a dedicated electric car is a success; the Mustang Mach-E is a practical, fast and technologically advanced SUV
- 2Range, battery & chargingThe Mustang Mach-E has very good range figures regardless of which version you go for, along with the necessary rapid-charging capability to make long-distance trips feasible
- 3Running costs & insuranceCharging and company-car tax costs for the Mustang Mach-E are rock-bottom, but insurance could be bit pricey and warranty coverage is only average
- 4Performance, motor & driveThe Mustang Mach-E will be quick enough for most drivers and handles well for something this size, but the GT performance version is the one you want if you're after driving thrills
- 5Interior, dashboard & comfort - currently readingIt's not the last word in luxury inside, but the Mach-E does get an interesting interior design and plenty of up-to-date on-board technology
- 6Boot space, seating & practicalityFront and rear luggage areas, plus a pretty roomy cabin, mean the Mustang Mach-E scores well in this area
- 7Reliability & safety ratingA five-star crash-test rating, coupled with plenty of standard safety kit, put the electric SUV in good stead