The Mach-E, though of an all-electric design, is still a Mustang at heart. Therefore, it is not surprising that the Mach-E, in its top-tier format, sports “GT” badging. At first glance, this Mach-E looks quite deserving of its legendary GT title.
This package includes a wealth of sporty trim, not found on base models, along with 20-inch gloss-black painted wheels. These rims come outfitted with a set of high-performance 245/45R20 Pirelli all-season tires, chosen specifically for their enhanced tractive capabilities. The car is rated to produce 480 hp and can go from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds with the Performance Edition.
By looking at its performance numbers, should you buy it over the standard Mustang GT? Raiti’s Rides will try to answer that question for us in the video below.