The electric Mustang Mach-E was giving Ford joy while achieving massive success in markets such as Europe and the USA. To add to it more prominence, she broke a new world record.
The Guinness Book of Records states that the Ford Mustang Mach E is the most efficient car in the world.
As announced, Ford intends to leave thermal cars, until 2030, in Europe. This decision is in line with the measures taken by the European Union to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. After all, Ursula von der Leyen set a very clear goal and was striving to achieve it. According to him, Europe will be the first climate-neutral continent in 2050.
Accompanying Ford's goals is the brand's electric promise: Mustang Mac E. In addition to the attractive exterior design, great technological load and dynamic behavior, its reach puts it in a clear position.
In fact, all of this can now be added to Remarkable efficiency. Ford's SUV has broken a Guinness World Record that takes into account the mileage on a single charge: 800 km - nearly 200 km more than the manufacturer declared.
This record proves that electric cars are now viable for everyone. Not only for short city trips to work, shopping or as a second car, but also for real-world use on long trips between countries.
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27 hours later... a Guinness Mustang Mac E
In the test, which was followed by the BBC, and which will earn the Mustang Mach E a place in the Guinness Book of Records, 1,351 km (between the northeastern tip of Great Britain and the southeastern tip) were covered. The indicated average consumption during the flight was 10.5 kW / 100 km, with an average speed of 50 km / h.
During the flight, the team traveling on Mustanh Mach-E needed to stop twice to recharge, which took 45 minutes. In all, the flight took 27 hours, as it was made at night, to avoid crowds.
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