Ford CEO Jim Farely explains what drove the automaker’s investment in ICE vehicles
FOX Business correspondent Grady Trimble speaks to Ford CEO Jim Farley about the evolution of the company’s electric vehicle and ICE businesses.
The electric Ford Mustang Mach-E is a quick car, particularly the GT model that can accelerate to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds.
But it also spends plenty of time standing still.
Depending on the size of the pack, it takes 38 to 45 minutes to refill a Mach-E's battery to 80% at a public fast charging station.
That is on par with most of today's electric car models, but long enough that owners need to find ways to pass the time, whether its getting some work done or grabbing a bite to eat.
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