In good news for Ford fans the automaker will soon be taking orders again for the Mustang Mach-E, at the same time adding some new options and configurations.
In bad news for hopeful Mach-E owners, Ford has also raised prices on the electric SUV by as much as $8,100 USD depending on the configuration.
Back in April Ford shut down Mach-E orders, citing “high demand” as the reason behind the decision. Today the automaker cited “significant material cost increases, continued strain on key supply chains, and rapidly evolving market conditions” as the reason for increasing prices.
The entry-level Mach-E Select RWD now starts at $46,895 in the US, up $3,000 from earlier this year. The price increase is more than double that for the Premium RWD variant, up $6,200 to $54,975.
The increases continue to get higher, up $7,900 for the Mach-E GT ($now $61,995). The biggest increase is $81,00 for the California Route 1, now $63,575 and now only offered in an AWD configuration.
Vehicle prices aren’t the only prices that increased, with shipping charges going up $200 to $1,300, and the Extended Range Battery for Premium RWD increasing $2,600.
Along with the price increases, Ford is adding two new colour options for the Mach-E while at the same time removing two paint colours. The new additions are Gray Metallic and Vapor Blue Metallic. Dark Matter Great and Iced Blue Silver were discontinued.
Here is a full breakdown of all the price changes, which will go into effect on Tuesday, August 30 when order books reopen. We have reached out to Ford Canada for information on Canadian pricing and will update this article when we get a response.