1. 2020 Ford Mach E
The most controversial Mustang introduced in recent years and probably ever is definitely the Mustang Mach E. Some will even claim that this isn’t the Mustang at all, and Ford calls it “Mustang-inspired.” Yet. it is painfully apparent that it is, in fact, a Mustang, but a very different one. For those who don’t know, Mustang Mach E is an all-electric, performance-oriented, four-door SUV. The Mach E is all that regular Mustang isn’t, and that makes it controversial. However, looking at the interest and pre-orders Ford has collected, the general market seems to be crazy about the new, all-electric Mustang-inspired family SUV. This is probably the first proper Tesla Model 3 fighter there is, and that alone is impressive.
But one thing is sure; the Mach E is fast like a Mustang needs to be. The base version can get to 60 mph in low 6 seconds, and the top-of-the-line model can do the same in about 3.7 seconds, which is as fast as the 2020 Shelby GT500. Power is ranging from 266 hp to 459 hp, and prices start at around $40,000. The advertised range is between 210 and 250 miles, which isn’t revolutionary, but it is enough for everyday driving.