It’s no secret that the Ford Mustang Mach-E is a popular vehicle. We ranked it in the top three of our Best Electric SUVs, so we think it’s popularity is well founded. Given its reception, it isn’t surprising that Ford would be working on the next iteration of its sleek EV SUV—but to date, Ford hasn’t made any official announcements. Despite that, its plans may have been revealed prematurely, if a post on the Mach-E Club forum is to be believed.
According to a report from CarBuzz, a user on the forum posted a PDF sourced from Global Auto Forecasts that shows that a Ford Mustang Mach-E coupe will begin production on July 1, 2026 at the automaker’s assembly plant in Cuautitlan, Mexico. The Mach-E launched in 2020, so six years seems like a good time to shake things up and launch the next generation. That said, we can’t verify the authenticity of the document, so grain of salt and all that. With automakers making a hard push to EVs within the next 10 years, we wouldn’t be too surprised to see an electrified Ford Mustang coupe show up before 2030.
After all, there are other automakers thinking along the same lines. Recent reports have Volkswagen thinking about bringing the rakish, coupe-esque ID5 to the States. As gas-powered crossover coupe sales have shown, there are customers willing to trade some practicality for a more stylish look. The current Mach-E already has a crossover coupe-like appearance, so we’re eager to see what a Mach-E coupe might actually look like—if Ford follows through and decides to build it.
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