Ford appears to be working on a coupe version of its first-ever from-the-ground-up EV.
A report posted to the Mach-E Club forum indicates that Ford may be working on a coupe version of its Mustang Mach-E crossover. The report, published by Global Auto Forecasts, lists current and upcoming inventory for a number of brands, including Ford. It states that the second generation Mustang Mach-E will come with both a more traditional body style, like the current car, and the rumored coupe.
We imagine this to be more like a BMW X6 than a Mustang, though. It is extremely unlikely Ford is working on anything with a Mach-E badge and two doors. Still, the premise of a coupe Mach-E is worth discussing.
The forecast pins June 2026 as the reveal date for the Mustang Mach-E's second generation, with the same projected for the coupe. This indicates that the two should debut simultaneously. However, this is far from a certainty given the Mach-E's shape now.
It's tough to get more coupe-y than the current Mach E shape. It manages some visual trickery thanks to a black roof, which only makes the rear appear more sloped. We suppose Ford could always lower the roofline, but rear headroom would be severely compromised, just like in so many other coupe SUVs.
There is another, even more outrageous possibility. Ford could be working on a fully-electric Mustang sports car, which will share the Mach-E name. That would explain the "Coupe" terminology seen in the forecast, and the Mustang has to feature some form of electrification at some point if it is going to keep up with the competition.
For now, the Mach-E remains insanely popular, despite slipping in reliability. Ford had to stop taking orders for the 2022 Mach-E due to high demand, and 2023 models are already hard to come by despite production having just resumed.
Sooner or later, we expect to see some spy photos of this alleged Mach-E Coupe, if it even exists. At the very least, the second-generation or a facelifted Mustang Mach-E could be spotted in the next year or so.