Ford has just unveiled the Mustang Mach E at a private event at the LA Auto Show. Electrek is on the scene and will be bringing you updates in our Ford Mustang Mach E livestream news hub post.
In addition to the livestream and media drives/information we’ve been given, Ford has released some footage of the vehicle and we’ve assembled a YouTube video running down the key points of the electric crossover SUV.
In the video we see some better exterior shots. Previously we had camouflaged spy shots and photos from Ford’s website leak, but now we have some nice action shots and panning shots of exterior and interior details, which show a lot more than what we’ve seen before.
In particular, previous photos didn’t really show how the door handles work. Now we know that the doors open with buttons on the B- and C-pillars, with a small handle on the front door to help pull it open.
We’ve also been given a closer look at the center touchscreen display, which is also operable with a physical wheel control embedded at the bottom of the display. Despite being a whole new interface made for the Mach E, the display will incorporate Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Check out the video below, with narration from our own Mikey G, and video of the Mach E driving on various California roads (see if you recognize any of the locales) and studio shots of the exterior and interior:
Update – Also check out Seth’s first ride video in the Mach E, after the event. In the video you can hear the fake engine noise which Ford has added to play through the internal speakers:
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