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Check Out the Ford Mustang Mach-E Design Concepts

Jake Lingeman Jul 13 2020

MACH E CLUB FORUM

MACH E CLUB FORUM

 

The Ford Mustang Mach-E has been around since November now, though no one has driven it yet. And since then we’ve seen news trickle out about the new plug-in electric vehicle. We’ve seen leaked pricing documentswinter testing and just recently we learned that in the third quarter of 2021 it will get an over-the-air update for hands-free driving. Today we’re getting a peek into the designs that eventually became the Mach-E, courtesy of the Mach-E Club Forum.

 

Initial Proposals

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Here we see a few different early designs, the left looking completely like a concept and the right looking like the finished product.

 

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MACH E CLUB FORUM

 

Here are more early designs, as well as a few shots of the designers using computer programs to get a sense for what the finished product would look like.

 

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MACH E CLUB FORUM

 

These computer-generated designs look a lot closer to how the Mach-E ended up looking. The middle picture looks very close, and we're grateful it doesn't look like the right picture with blacked-out plastic in front.

 

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More notes on changes from the original plans for the architecture. The nose was raised and flattened, the rear portion of the roof was raked more, as was the windshield, and a few styling lines were thrown in for good measure.

 

Initial Themes

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Another mishmash of designs, these are some of the concepts discussed before they landed on the right one. Personally, we like the back of that red one the best.

 

Mustang DNA

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MACH E CLUB FORUM

 

Finally, here's a look at all of the Mustang silhouettes over the years, which the designers surely used when penning the new car. I'd buy that concept sled on the upper left today. Build that!

 

SOURCE: Autoweek

 

 

 

 

 

 

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