Ford is clearly focused on not just producing an electric car that is designed for calm commutes and hands-free driving, but delivering some excitement along with the electricity.
The additional motors are split between the front and rear drive axles, with the added benefit of being adjustable to different types of performance from drifting to high-speed track racing.
Mustang Mach-E 1400 features Brembo brakes, like the Mustang GT4 race car, and a hydraulic handbrake system designed for drifting that integrates with the powertrain controls to enable the ability to shut off power to the rear motors.
The extended range all-wheel-drive Mach-E will deliver 346 horsepower (hp) and 428 pound-feet (lb.-ft.) of torque, which tops previous estimates by more than 10 hp.
The extended range rear-wheel drive model will produce 290 hp and 317 lb.-ft.
The standard range rear-wheel drive model will also deliver 266 hp, but 317 lb.-ft.