Ford Mustang Mach-E Gets Cool New Look

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This car was destined for loads of aftermarket attention.

The automotive world is only going one way, and that's electric. Ford has recently announced that it will be going all-electric with its famous Mustang brand, and the upcoming Mustang Mach-E is leading the way. The Mustang Mach-E has received some flak from hardcore Mustang fans who believe that this crossover sports coupe does not deserve the Mustang name but be that as it may, the Mach-E has already received some interest from the aftermarket industry, and Ford has started offering special editions such as the Woody Trim for this cool-looking machine. The latest company to jump on the bandwagon is Motion R Design, based in the UK.

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The company recently launched its 'E Series' starting with the Mustang Mach-E. Its bespoke styling package for the Mach-E is seriously comprehensive and includes an aggressive front bumper treatment with a bold lower lip that flows into a set of flared wheel arches. The side profile is sharpened up with a set of sleek black side skirts. At the rear, Motion R Design has gone for the double-wing treatment, and we must admit, it works pretty well. A black diffuser separates the quad exhaust exits. Motion R Design has also thrown on a set of massive double five-spoke Q44 Flow forged alloy wheels to round off the look.

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Not to leave the job half done, the cabin also gets a seeing to, and now features premium bits and pieces such as a full Nappa leather interior, a Motion R Design carbon flat-bottom steering wheel, and carbon fiber interior panels. The interior and exterior can be matched with a forged carbon weave option. The new look almost resembles a Lamborghini Urus.

Motion R Design has not announced pricing, and there is no word on parts availability in the US, but where there's a will, there is always a way.

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