Buyers of the Mustang Mach-E electric SUV, read the good news! Starting with the 2023 model year, specific iterations of the acclaimed electric vehicle will feature a higher maximum trailer weight. Customers also reap the benefits of these upgrades, which can be seen and experienced in features like the intelligent adaptive cruise control.

Recently, it was announced that the trailer weight on specific Mustang Mach-E models had been increased to 1,000 kg, making happy news for current Ford Mustang Mach-E customers. Customers who have pre-ordered a Ford Mustang Mach-E range-extended can now rejoice. The maximum allowable trailer mass has risen to 1,500 kg as of the 2023 edition.

In addition to the increased range, towing a trailer with a Mustang Mach-E model from the model year 2023 will require a ball pressure of 60 kg. Even when adding extras like bike racks, the maximum weight limit of 75 kg does not alter.

The Mustang Mach-E electric SUV was built from the ground up to provide performance on par with that of the original, legendary Mustang sports car. This is excellent news for potential new buyers of the electric Mustang Mach-E, who will join Ford on their electric vehicle journey.

According to Ford's numbers, over 80% of Mustang Mach-E buyers are first-time Ford car buyers.

Ford consumers may anticipate many enhancements to the electric SUV in conjunction with the launch of the 2023 model year. Intelligent adaptive cruise control will further enhance the driving experience by, among other things, adjusting the car's speed with the aid of data from the car's navigation system. Here, information from maps will tell the automobile to slow down before a turn, for instance. The wireless charging for the phone has also been upgraded, which means that the phone is charged with 15W instead of 5W.

Customers who order the 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E electric SUV can also choose their car in two completely new colors – Vapor Blue and Carbonized Grey. It is also possible to choose between two new designs for the car's alloy wheels.

The announcement regarding the increased trailer weight comes shortly after the Ford Mach-E has been approved for roof loads, and there is now plenty of chance to go on an adventure or use the car for practical activities.

Where a 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E without a panoramic roof can carry 75 kg, variations with a panoramic top can carry 65 kg. Therefore, it is feasible to pack up a car with various outdoor adventure equipment, such as a kayak, bicycles, and a roof box, and set out on an expedition.

In this connection, Ford's customers must be aware that an OTA update must be made to the car's digital instruction book (available in the FordPass app), thus validating that the vehicle is approved for roof loads. If certain customers want to use roof loads before the instruction manual is revised, they can contact their local dealer, who will give tangible paperwork for the permission at no cost. Mustang Mach-Es that have already been sold are included in the permitted roof load.



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