Mustang Mach-E, Ford’s electric SUV, has received a new software update. It significantly reduces the charging time of the car, reducing it to less than 15 minutes. In addition, it offers better charging capabilities.
Launched at the end of November 2019, the Mustang Mach-E is, according to Ford, a major competitor to the Model Y, Tesla’s electric SUV. Like Volkswagen with ID.3 and ID.4 or even Volvo and Tesla, Ford have also chosen OTA updates to equip his car with new features throughout his life.
Mach-E owners have thus been able to benefit from better computer-assisted computing on the board via a cloud, or even an automated driving system similar to Autopilot. And of course, Ford announced this Friday, May 6, 2022 the introduction of a new software update to its electric SUV.
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Only 15 minutes of recharging Mustang Mach-E
The main contribution of this patch include a significant reduction in recharge time. In fact, the manufacturer announces that it has saved 37 minutes at a load between 80 and 90% capacity.. In fact, drivers will have to spend only fifteen minutes at the station gaining this ability, compared to almost 50 minutes earlier.
This is not the only novel included with this update. Ford also describes improvements in the feeling of driving on one pedal thanks for “redesign of one-step driving performance to accelerate change ”. Finally, the manufacturer announces a extension of pull pull Mustang Mach-E. Until then, the electric SUV was capable of pulling a maximum load of 750 kg, be it in its two- or four-wheel drive version.
From now on, this load increases to 1000 kg. “With the improvement of the actual pull, it was a good example of our willingness to adapt and meet customer needs. We looked at feasibility studies and were able to provide what they wanted ”, Said This Woelpern, director general Imports at Ford Europe. As Ford says, this update is already available for download from current ownerswhen it will be connected directly to the models that will leave the factory.