Ford all electric SUV, inspired by Mustang could be Model Y competition

Ford is set to announce its all electric SUV, which is inspired by their iconic Mustang. The company promised to start its production in 2020.

Do you remember the response from the Ford, when the Tesla tweeted about its Model Y? Now the time is up when Ford has decided to announce its all-electric SUV in November 2019. This year we saw many hybrids and all-electric vehicles coming in the market. But this time Ford is going to announce its all-electric SUV, which is inspired by their iconic Mustang. Since the Detroit Motorshow is scheduled in June 2020, the company decided to unveil their SUV in the Los Angeles Autoshow 2019.

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Ford is pretty good with its combustion engine models, but seeing the trend and upcoming electric shift, they want to focus more on the all-electric segment. The CEO Mark Fields has appointed a separate team called “Team Edison.” The team will focus only on the development of electrical technology. Also, the company shifted its one-third of its funds for the same. Recently, the company releases some of pictures of their prototype racing on a bed of snow.

Ford all electric SUV

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Also last week, Ford released a couple of videos of the winter testing of their prototype. The first video talked about its performance and acceleration, when the team members tested the prototype on the Gratten Raceway. The second shows the prototype running on the snow track. The company focuses on ride control and performance, which are the two critical aspects of any vehicle.

The company will start its production from mid-2020. Also, this plans to give direct competition to the Tesla Model Y. One of the toughest competitor is Audi. Both Audi and Ford will announce their all-electric models in November 2019. Audi e-tron Sportback, however, will start its production earlier than the Ford.

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Source: Motor1, CNBCSeekingalpha

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