The Maritimes isn’t really their Target Audience, I doubt you will see many in these parts.
maybe, its a year away and they installed over 300 charging stations in NS this summer,The Maritimes isn’t really their Target Audience, I doubt you will see many in these parts.
I eluded to this in the beginning, when it was official what they named the EV.
They could continue with normal SUV's, trucks etc.
What will happen to the Mustang brand, not sure the future will tell us.
I would be certain it makes Mustangs not special, unless you have something exceptionally Unique.
IE: 1969 Boss 429. Or a 1967 GT500E etc, etc.
SO what happens to guys like us? might be a better question.
you may be correct, but talk to hard core, old school dodge guys, they won't touch the new stuff.The way I see things, if the Mustang name goes on the new 4 door Electric Car, our V8 2 door Mustangs will Rock more than ever.
Even Chevy with all of their issues over the years, don't have a 4 door corvette or 4 door camaro.
Ask what chevy guys think of what they did to Nova? GM brass learned from that I think.
Funny I think I might have been able to leave with an electric Mustang.
What they did was way worse, in one foul swoop, SUV, EV, 4 Door.
Hand it to Mustang Brass, when they F#$@ something up, they
you think its nice, if you have a sewing machine or someone in the family does, turn it onDon't Worry Electric Mustang will be coming as well. If sema show is to be taken for a glimpse to the future, it at least looks promising. Ford teamup with Webasto gave us a nice concept to look up to: 900hp, 1000lbs/ft, 6 speeds manual... Sign me up anytime!! (well, going to be expensive, so I will not be able to really sign up lol ) *** They do say in the article it was going to be a one off and an exercise to test collaboration in the future.