Debuting in the fall of 2020, the new Ford Mustang Mach-E is an all-electric five seater SUV with up to 300 miles of range from just one charge. As a full electric vehicle, you won’t have to worry about your contribution to carbonizing the atmosphere while driving any longer.
Electric vehicles will effect London’s LEZ massively as cars, vans, Lorries and coaches combined form over 20% of London’s emissions. While electric cars are close to being as common as petrol and diesel cars, they can cost up to twice as much. Here are some simple ways you can reduce your carbon footprint without breaking the bank:
- A selective catalytic reduction (SCR) is a smart active emissions control technology system that infuses a liquid-reluctant through a specific catalyst into the exhaust stream of a diesel engine.
- Euro VI (6) is the name given to a set of limits for harmful exhaust emissions produced by virtually any vehicle's engine (petrol or diesel powered). Since September 2015, manufacturers have been compelled to certify that newly made car emissions do not exceed those limits.
- A vehicle with an internal combustion engine (petrol or diesel) can be changed to an Electric Vehicle by fully removing the petrol or diesel using engine and adding a battery pack, one or more electric motors, high-voltage cables and instrumentation.
Ford will offer five variants of the Mustang Mach-E, including a less expensive, standard version called 'Select', a 'Premium trim', 'First Edition', 'California Route 1' and a 'GT Performance' edition, with prices ranging from £40,270 for the Mach-E (rear wheel drive) and £46,570 for the AWD (all-wheel drive) They have the color options of 'Star White', 'Absolute Black', 'Space White', 'Rapid Red', 'Infinite Blue' and 'Carbonized Grey'.
Article written by: Emily McArdle