Low power Guinness record for Ford Mustang Mach-E

The American all-electric SUV made it into the Guinness Book of World Records as a factory Ford Mustang Mach-E covered the distance between John o ‘Groats and the UK’s Land’s End, a distance of 1,352 km and crossed all of England, stopping just 2 times for charging, total duration 45 minutes.


Behind the wheel of the Mustang Mach-E were BBC correspondent Paul Clifton, as well as Fergal McGrath and Kevin Brooker, who already hold the record for lowest fuel consumption with petrol and diesel engines. The Ford Mustang Mach-E set a Guinness record for low-power electric car, with an average consumption of just 1 kWh per 10.5 km.

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The operation started on July 3 and driving all night to avoid traffic jams, the team completed the journey in 27 hours at an average speed of about 50 km / h. To achieve the record, the team had in its hands the Mustang Mach-E ER RWD, ie the rear-wheel drive version of the model with the Extended Range battery, capacity 88kWh.

Ford announces that the autonomy of this version is at 610 km, in a WLTP cycle, but the team was able to achieve an autonomy of 804 km.

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