Ford has revealed the 0-60 time for its latest souped-up Mach-E. The GT Performance Edition will hit 60 mph 0.2 seconds faster than the standard Mach-E GT at 3.5 seconds. That makes it just 0.2 seconds slower than the Shelby GT500.

Making the same 480 hp as the regular GT, the Performance Edition gains 34 lb-ft of torque over the standard model. That’s a total of 634 lb-ft of torque out of the same 88-kWh battery.

Naturally, that means that the range dips slightly, from 250 miles to 235, but you’ll get there faster so it’s up to you which matters more. The Mach-E GT Performance Edition also comes with 20-inch wheels finished in Ebony Black and Pirelli summer tires.


The grille also gets the darkened treatment with Ford opting to finish it in Carbonized Gray—suppose that should be rubberized grey, though, since you’ll be burning more rubber than carbon.

The gray theme continues inside, with gray ActiveX upholstery, metallic stitching, and perforated Miko reflective inserts. Aluminum trim helps brighten things up a bit in the cabin.

The good news for reservation-holders is that if all of this sounds pretty good to you, you can still get it. Customers who already have a Mach-E GT reservation can add the Performance Edition package to their EV when Ford opens order book in Spring 2021. Unfortunately, how much more than the $60,500 the GT starts at the Performance Edition will cost remains unknown.