Earlier this week, Ford posted a press release with some very interesting facts about the features customers are opting for when reserving their new 2021 Mustang Mach-E. Firstly, they announced that the reservations for the Mustang Mach-E ‘First Edition’ package are now officially full.

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Customers who were lucky enough to secure theirs will get a few upgrades to what the Premium trim of the Mach-E includes. The Premium trim includes 19-inch machined-face aluminum wheels with high gloss black painted accents, LED projector headlamps, a hands-free power lift gate, and the panoramic glass roof. As for the interior, there’s multi-color ambient lighting, heated front seats and steering wheel, memory driver seat and mirrors, and a 10-speaker B&O audio system. The ‘First Edition’ gets all of those options in addition to all-wheel drive (AWD) and the extended range battery that increases the Mach-E’s miles between charges by 60 miles from the 210-mile-range of the AWD Standard trim-level.

When the Mach-E was unveiled last November, the GT Performance Edition was a big hit. So much so that almost 30% of current orders are GTs according to Ford. What sets the GT apart from the other options? 459 horsepower, 612 lb-ft of torque, and a 0-60 mph time in the mid three second range for starters. The GT also gets Magneride suspension and 20? forged aluminum wheels.

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Among some of the other figures that Ford released are that 80% of U.S. customers who have ordered a Mach-E are opting for an Extended Range Battery and about 55% of U.S. customers are opting for all-wheel drive. Also noted is that more than a quarter of all reservations are coming from California.

They’ve also broken down the popularity of each paint color with Carbonized Gray being the most popular totaling 38% of current orders.

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We should should start seeing them hit dealerships early next year.

Source: Ford