What type of battery does the Mustang Mach-E employ?
The Mustang Mach-E is an electric vehicle (EV) that is powered and propelled by a lithium-ion battery pack.
Individual cells that are interconnected to form a larger battery pack. There are several battery options for the Mustang Mach-E, including a standard range and an extended range option.
The standard range battery is estimated to have a range of approximately 230 miles, whereas the extended range battery is estimated to have a range of approximately 300 miles.
The battery pack is located in the vehicle's floor, which helps reduce the vehicle's centre of gravity and improve its handling.
Additionally, it is sealed and equipped with a cooling system to help regulate cell temperature and prevent overheating.
The battery pack can be charged with a 120-volt household outlet, a 240-volt level 2 charger, or a DC quick charger.
The charging time can vary depending on the type of charger and the battery's condition.