The frunk (front-trunk) is drainable, which is neat, and claims 4.8 cubic feet of cargo capacity. There’s supposed to be 29 cubic feet of space in the rear trunk, and 59.6 cubic feet with back the seats down.


How To Buy One

You can reserve one of these cars with a $500 on the Mustang Mach-E reservation site, and Ford says it’s scheduling the first deliveries for spring, 2021. As for the price, as we got in last week’s leak:

“$43,895 Select model. It goes from there to the Premium at $50,600, onto the California Route 1 at $52,400, the limited First Edition at $59,900, and finally capping off with the top GT model at $60,500.

All prices are before the $7,500 federal EV tax credit.”

Here’s The Full Release Photo Album


Here’s The Tech Spec Sheet For All Five Trims