2024 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT gets Bronze treatment, fastest yet with performance upgrade



The 2024 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT is getting a new “Bronze Appearance Package” that’ll make any head turn. With an optional performance upgrade, the new EV is the fastest Mach-E yet.

Meet the 2024 Mustang Mach-E GT bronze edition

Ford unveiled the new Bronze Appearance Package for its high-performance electric crossover on Thursday.

The new “Bronze” edition adds design elements and performance to the 2024 Mustang Mach-E lineup. Ford added 20″ Sinister bronze-painted aluminum wheels and a bronze mesh front grille that makes the high-performance EV stand out from the crowd.

Ford’s new Mach-E also features Mustang “Mach-E 4X” door badges and a bronze rear GT Badge.

The 2024 Mustang Mach-E GT Bronze trim will be available in three body colors: Shadow Black, Star White Metallic Tri-Coast, and new Eruption Green.

To complement the new design package, Ford says an optional performance upgrade will deliver the quickest 0 – 60 mph time of any Mustang Mach-E ever. Ford didn’t give specifics but said more details on the performance upgrade would come later.

2024 Mustang Mach-E Bronze edition (Source: Ford)

Ford’s current fastest Mach-E GT offers 480 horsepower and 634 lb-ft of torque, so you can expect it to top that.

Orders for the 2024 Mach-E will open this winter. The new Bronze edition with an extended-range battery will start at $60,990.

Ford’s Mach-E was the second best-selling electric SUV last year, behind the Tesla Model Y. The automaker handed over 40,771 Mach-E’s in the US last year.

The news comes a day after Ford released its new F-150 Lightning Switchgear. The “all-electric pickup is designed for off-road performance,” according to CEO Jim Farley. Ford’s Switchgear EV pickup is the company’s latest EV demonstrator.

Ford also released an off-road Mustang Mach-E Rally car in September as it expands into new territory. The rally car is based on the Mach-E GT Performance with raised suspension, rally-style wheels, and more.

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