This 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT that was on display at the 2021 SEMA Show was designed and built by the Austin Hatcher Foundation, and has received a number of modifications that make it unique and will help families battling pediatric cancer through occupational and diversion therapy programs. In 2023, the vehicle will be auctioned off to help support the Chattanooga, Tennessee-based foundation’s nationwide operations.
Before that happens, though, the Austin Hatcher Foundation Mustang Mach-E GT is planned have a top speed run at the 2022 Bonneville Speed Week in Utah. The target goal is to exceed 200 mph in this electric SUV. That would make it faster than the mighty S550 Mustang GT500 if so.
Details On The Austin Hatcher Foundation Mustang Mach-E GT
The Space White Mach-E GT features a custom carbon fiber front splitter and rear wing from Archetype Racing. In addition, it is equipped with wide 20-inch Rotiform tires that wrap around Alloy R-159 OZR wheels. Brembo brakes and adjustable Motion Control Suspension round out the performance add-ons. On the inside, Ford Performance Parts GTP seats have been installed with an infrared rearview dashcam and charge cord bag by DC Safety from Ford Licensed Accessories. A black vinyl roof wrap by Wastegate Technologies has also been added to the vehicle.
If you ask us, it looks like a production-intent version of Vaughn Gittin Jr.’s Mach-E 1400.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E GT electric SUV with the Performance Package looks to make good on its name with 480 horsepower and 634 lb-ft of torque. These numbers propel the all-wheel-drive Mach-E GT from 0-60 in 3.8 seconds, making it faster and more powerful than the Ford Mustang GT Fastback, for comparison. Although, a quick Ford Performance supercharger upgrade can fix that. Oppositely with the Mach-E, not much can be done in the way of tuning without the assistance of Ford, given that the vehicle is entirely electric, but that doesn’t mean it can’t receive other modifications.
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