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2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT Review: The Difference Two Letters Can Make

Safe to say, the Ford Mustang doesn't really need any more introduction. The iconic ponycar has lived advanced the years and decades with panache, although its glorious adventure may be coming to an end with the spectre of electrification looming across the globe.

Not convinced of that? There's a new, different kind of Mustang at Ford dealers these days – if you can find one of course. Except it’s an SUV, and it’s all -electric, and it’s practical, comfortable and. But it’s also fast enough from a standing start to do justice to the nameplate, even if it lacks the roar we’re used to from a Mustang.

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The Ford Mustang Mach-E all-electric crossover has come to do battle with a certain Tesla Model Y, not to mention others such as the Volkswagen ID.4, Hyundai Ioniq 5 and still-to-come Kia EV6 and Nissan Ariya. But in the latter part of the year, the Mach-E roster gained an additional member, the GT Performance Edition. With a name like that, you can guess the concept, and sure enough this is the most dynamic model in the lineup. I was able to test drive it for a few days this fall, when fair to say it was likely a lot warmer outside than it is now.

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