The future of urban mobility lies in renewable energy and in particular with electricity. There are many brands that are working in that area, launching more and more models that reach zero emissions. Under this premise at Ford have been working and hhave decided that it is best that the next drivers already start driving electric models, being the all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E model as the perfect car for its students.
The main key of the Mustang Mach-E is that instructors can easily adjust the settings of the car according to the student’s wishes, in terms of how it can be receptive or when accelerating and braking. The vehicle’s ease of use, including the large interior display and single-pedal driving, is also attracting older students who had previously chosen not to learn to drive.
For many ‘Generation E’ drivers, who most often find electric vehicles in their homes, this new way of learning and the experience they have of the Mustang Mach-E is helping to reinforce their belief in an electric future. All this will allow users to learn from the beginning with this type of models.
Looking ahead to 2026, Ford plans to sell more than 600,000 electric models annually, supporting the global target of more than two million annual production of electric vehicles, also by 2026. To do this, they have been working on showing their best electric models at a time when it is necessary to have reference vehicles to a young audience that increasingly has a more ecological thinking.
Martin Sander, CEO of Ford of Europe, has admitted that: “The next generation of drivers will have a big influence on how quickly electric vehicles replace gasoline and diesel vehicles. The driving test can be an intimidating challenge for many people, but the Mustang Mach-E is helping to make it easier and fun to learn. The joy that the car brings to new drivers is very satisfying. It makes me wish I had learned to drive in such a car.”