Charging the Ford Mustang Mach-E crossover SUV

Everything drivers need to know about the Ford Mustang Mach-E

Introducing both Ford and its long-standing Mustang nameplate into the electric-age, the Mustang Mach-E introduces Ford’s first purpose-built global EV in the form of a sporty electric crossover. With low-slung curvy body and rear lights reminiscent of one of the Mustang’s most prominent aesthetic features, the Mach-E has loyalists of Ford’s original pony car curious at what their EV future looks like since its introduction in late 2020. Even with an early start, the Mustang Mach-E competes against other compact crossover SUVs in the EV segment such as the Hyundai Ioniq 5, Kia EV6 and Tesla Model Y.


Mustang Mach-E customers are ripe for choice with trim levels that allow them to select between rear-wheel drive (RWD) and all-wheel drive (AWD) and either a Standard Range 72 kWh battery or Extended Range 91 kWh battery. Drivers can have power outputs ranging anywhere from 260 HP in the Mustang Mach-E Select with RWD all the way up to 480 HP in Mach-E GT guise, making this EV worthy of the Mustang name.

Federal EV tax credits

Starting in 2022, electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) became eligible for federal tax credits up to $7,500 for new EVs and PHEVS and up to $4,000 for used clean vehicles that met certain battery production and materials requirements. While the Ford Mustang Mach-E qualified for the tax credit in 2023, it loses incentive qualification for 2024.

Charging the Ford Mustang Mach-E

For the 2021 model year, both RWD and AWD variants have a choice of a Standard Range or Extended Range battery pack, with the former offering 68 kWh and 88 kWh in the latter while from 2022-onward those usable capacities were increased to 70 kWh and 91 kWh respectively, improving range across the board. Depending on what powertrain configuration you go for and other choices such as wheel size, the Mach-E can offer EPA range estimates anywhere from 224 miles with a Standard Range battery and AWD to 315 in an Extended range battery with RWD, allowing customers to decide just how much range and battery capacity fits their driving habits.


Being able to charge your EV overnight in the comfort of your home is one of the most convenient features of going electric, and with 11 kW standard charging across the Mustang Mach-E range, having a quick home charger will make owning this sport crossover cheaper and frictionless. A home charger like the JuiceBox 48 is the ideal choice for drivers looking to charge at the fastest possible AC speeds, able to deliver the max 11 kW accepted by your vehicle to bring the battery from 0%-100% in just over 9 hours.

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Ford Mustang Mach-E charging times & range

Model year
Charge rate
Battery size
Charge time on Level 1
Charge time with JuiceBox® 48
All electric range
2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E Standard Range
11 kW
68 kWh
47 hours
7 hours
211-230 miles
2021 Ford Mustange Mach-E Extended Range
11 kW
88 kWh
61 hours
9 hours
260-305 miles
2022-2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E Standard Range
11 kW
70 kWh
49 hours
7 hours
224-247 miles
2022-Present Ford Mustange Mach-E Extended Range
11 kW
91 kWh
63 hours
9 hours
265-320 miles
2023-Present Ford Mustang Mach-E Standard Range
11 kW
72 kWh
49 hours
7 hours
226-250 miles

DC fast charging: CCS Combo


The Ford Mustang Mach-E uses a standard CCS Combo connector located on the driver’s side front fender of the vehicle, capable of up to 115 kW DC fast charging speed with the Standard Range battery or 150 kW DC fast charging with the Extended Range battery. At the maximum charging speed, the Mustang Mach-E can charge from 10% to 80% in 38 minutes with the Standard Range battery and achieve the same charge in 45 minutes in the Extended Range battery. Looking to charge quickly? The Enel X Way JuicePump 175 kW DC fast charger can charge your Mustang Mach-E at its max rate of 150 kW.

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Ford Mustang Mach-E home charging stations


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