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Ford unveiled its first electric Mustang SUV Mach-E, to go head to head with other electric cars in market.

$44,000 price tag for a 300 miles range seems good for electric segment.

What do you guys think......?

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Will miss the Mustang growl.

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I dont think Ford is killing normal Mustang, this is in addition to the existing lineup.

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5 minutes ago, Gaurav said:

I dont think Ford is killing normal Mustang, this is in addition to the existing lineup.

agree. Same as Harley Davidson that has electric bikes now. The one thing should not exclude the other.

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All I can add is this- SUV's are getting uglier by the day, no matter who makes them. 

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4 hours ago, treks said:

no matter who makes them. 

Because it seems they all are made in same factory and different brands putting the front grill and tail light for branding.

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1 hour ago, Gaurav said:

Because it seems they all are made in same factory and different brands putting the front grill and tail light for branding.

Or in this case, the lack of a grille even for appearances' sake. 

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3 minutes ago, treks said:

Or in this case, the lack of a grille even for appearances' sake. 

Oh yeah, but why do you need grill in electric setup in first place. No engine, no cooling, no air, no ventilation.

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2 hours ago, Gaurav said:

Oh yeah, but why do you need grill in electric setup in first place. No engine, no cooling, no air, no ventilation.

Electric cars still need cooling systems

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2 hours ago, Gaurav said:

Oh yeah, but why do you need grill in electric setup in first place. No engine, no cooling, no air, no ventilation.

Well who told you that  Most if not all EVs have liquid cooled batteries. 

He'll even phones are getting liquid cooling now

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