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The last time I was this excited to watch something on a Sunday night was the Game of Thrones finale – but this time I wasn’t disappointed. The Ford team unveiled its first all-electric vehicle, the Mustang Mach-E, and we decided to tell you 5 things you need to know about this new all-electric SUV.
1. The First Child.
You know how parents have a special connection with their first child? It’s expected the original Mustang will feel the same about the new Mach-E which is the first vehicle to be added to the Mustang family since 1964.
2. Your New Bestie.
The best thing about your friends is they know you. Your Mustang Mach-E will know you – like literally when you walk towards your vehicle it’ll recognize you using your phone as the key. It will adjust mirrors, seats, lighting, and instrument panel according to who is driving. It’ll even adjust the radio!
3. Everything and the Kitchen Sync.
“Okay Ford”, tell me about the new generation of Sync. Robot voice answers* “The new intelligent, voice-activated, next-generation SYNC® provides a driving experience that’s designed around you. As intuitive as your smartphone, its user-friendly design makes it easy to personalize and update your drive right from your mobile device or on your computer.”
The new Sync system will also receive updates through the cloud, including navigation updates.
4. The Key to Success.
Remember when I mentioned that your phone is your key earlier? That’s a pretty big deal. There is no need to fumble for your keys or wonder where they are anymore knowing you can lock and unlock your doors using your phone. Other key features are opening your lift-gate, using your remote start and even locating your parked car in a crowded lot.
5. The Roof, the Roof, the Roof is All Glass!
A view isn’t all the new available Panoramic Fixed Glass roof offers. The glass actually has a special coating to help the vehicle stay cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. It does this using a Low-E on the roof and Infra-red Reflective coating on the windshield.