Ford Mustang Mach-E Seen In Kansas City

Don't be a hater . . . Electric cars are the future and they're the best chance for the American auto industry to make progress against international competition.

Accordingly, here's a glimpse at new tech soon to ship from this cowtown . . . Check-it:

Ford Mustang Mach-E shipment spotted in Kansas City on its way to dealers

Ford appears to be well on its way towards starting customer deliveries of the Mustang Mach-E. As hinted at by recent photographs from the electric vehicle community, a shipment of the all-electric crossover has been spotted at the Kansas City Terminal, likely before being transported to Ford dealers.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Coal burner
KC said…
Takes more electricity to make and charge these cars than you'll save the environment.
Anonymous said…
Liberal logic. Shift from one fossil fuel to another under the guise of saving the planet. Pat yourself on the back and enjoy the warm fuzzy feeling even though you didn't accomplish anything.
Anonymous said…
^^OK Boomer. Go watch Matlock, it's all you know.
Detective Gillespie said…
^^^^^^^°
To the Boomer hater, let me get the schedule right for you that we Boomers watch during the day. First it's Leave It to Beaver then it's Perry Mason then it's Matlock after that we watch in the Heat of the Night. Then it's The Waltons then my personal favorite Gunsmoke the Black and White episodes then it's on to Bonanza the Wagon Train The Rifleman. Dumb ass can't even get the correct shows we Boomers watch. All he has to do is come out of his basement and go up and see what his mom's watching!
Anonymous said…
@11:22 it's not nice to humiliate the "slow" like @10:04 is, you have to understand that somebody wrote "Matlock" on a piece of paper for him, and it's the only TV show's name he can remember. And now you've just confused him.
Anonymous said…
goodjob, ford!
Edsel said…
Good job Ford? Building another automobile that the general public cannot afford. Building something for the upper income consumer. Please build something economical and reasonable in price something that doesn't take you six years or $40,000 to purchase and you will own the world market!
Officer Fife said…
....Had a '70 302 Mustang conv., bright yellow, w/SS Cragar's and Goodrich TA's..Three spd.
...every traffic light was a car show....
would love it electric with audio loop of a 427 sound effect slaved to the gas peddle....which is already being done....electrics are burnin' rubber..Don Garlits ran a elec. rail job and loved it..smoked the tires instantly.....still room for gas Classics though....
"HOT DAMN...GREEN LIGHT!"......
Anonymous said…
I saw a truckload of them heading north on 435 yesterday morning. Pretty good-looking cars. I hope they are successful.
Anonymous said…
What a time to be alive.