Detroit-based automaker Ford Motor Co F has introduced the 2024 Mustang Mach-E GT complete with a Bronze appearance package and green body color.
What Happened: The bronze appearance package features 20-inch sinister bronze-painted aluminum wheels and a rear GT badge outlined in sinister bronze. It also features a front mesh grille in bold bronze, adding a unique touch to the vehicle.
The bronze package is available with different body paints including shadow black, star white metallic tri-coast, and the new eruption green.
Buyers can also opt for a performance upgrade on the vehicle to achieve the quickest 0-60 time of any production Mach-E vehicle ever, the company said in a statement, without offering further details.
Customers can place online orders for the 2024 Mustang Mach-E GT later this winter. The Mustang Mach-E GT AWD with Extended Range and the Bronze Appearance Package will be available at a starting price of $60,990, the company said.
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Why It Matters: “Eruption Green w/ bronze looks sweet! Very excited about our performance upgrade option,” Ford CEO Jim Farley said in a post on X.
Ford sold 40,771 Mustang Mach-E vehicles in the U.S. last year, marking a 3.3% jump in sales from 2022. It was also the best-selling EV from Ford last year.
However, starting Jan.1, the vehicle is no longer eligible for federal EV tax credit owing to new eligibility requirements. Until the end of last year, the vehicle qualified for a $3,750 tax credit.
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