If Tesla and Ford Motor are about to wage war for the electric-car crown, you wouldn’t know it from this exchange – MarketWatch
Either way, any bit of good sportsmanship between the two car companies will be put to the test as competition heats up in the coming years. And heat up it will. According to IHS Market, there are 18 electric vehicles for sale in the U.S. now, and that number is expected to grow to 80 by 2022.
The Mach-E, which has a range of 230 miles to more than 300 miles per charge depending on the package, is part of Ford’s push to have six electric vehicles for sale by 2022. The base version is expected to go from zero to 60 m.p.h. in just over six seconds. The performance GT version will accomplish that in 3.5 seconds.