Here's when you will get to see it.
Ford is gearing up to release an all-new, all-electric SUV with styling based on its popular Mustang sports car. The details about this vehicle are hazy, including the name, which is still unknown. Ford was initially rumored to bring back the Mach 1 name but signs now point to the name Mach E. No matter what name Ford chooses, this SUV will be a major player in the EV market when it finally arrives next year.
Ford has been extremely vague on when it plans to reveal this new electric model... until now. The rumored reveal in November has turned out to be true as Ford has officially announced a November 17, 2019 reveal date, putting it just ahead of the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Along with the official reveal announcement, Ford posted a short teaser video of the new model, showing an artist sketching the roofline and carving a clay model. As this was just a teaser, it doesn't show enough for us to get a great feel for how the car will look. Ford also included a still image of the car's silhouette, which clearly shows Mustang-inspired styling on both the front and rear, mounted on an SUV shape. This image is by far the best indication of how the future model will look as all of the previous teasers have only shown a prototype wearing the camouflaged body of the previous-generation Escape.
Specific details about batteries and output are still unknown but Ford has confirmed at least one version of the model will have a 300-mile EPA-estimated range. Rumors estimate there will be short- and long-range versions in both rear- and all-wheel-drive. We have less than a month to wait before we finally see Ford's new electric SUV unless someone leaks it out before then.