After debuting toward the end of 2019, Ford’s Mustang Mach-E began its first deliveries in December 2020. In fact, Ford revealed last month that it is now producing more Mach-Es than ICE versions of the Mustang. Regardless, Ford’s recently released sales numbers for June exhibit continued growth of Mach-E adopters throughout the year so far. That’s an increase of 520 vehicles, or 27% for those who prefer slightly more advanced math.
With that said, Mach-E sales only accounted for roughly 2% of the total vehicles sold by Ford in June. With multiple trims, including GT and performance versions on the way, Ford has its sole electric offering teed up to succeed.