It’s been quite some time since the first demo units arrived in late 2020, but overall it was a really low number of cars (under 100 new registrations year-to-date).
As we can see in the images, a high number of Mach-E were already unloaded and it’s expected that several thousand cars will be delivered to the customer before the summer holidays.
We heard that 4,000 Mach-E might be delivered in May and June, which would put the electric Ford among the top-selling cars in the country. For comparison, the Volkswagen ID.4 is at 2,684 YTD (1,824 in April), followed by Tesla Model 3 (2,570 YTD) and Audi e-tron (2,570 YTD).
Thousands of cars sent to multiple European countries would explain a significant difference in cars produced and sold in the U.S. so far.
The first cars were already handed over to happy customers:
Ford Mustang Mach-E Deliveries In Norway
In Norway, Ford Mustang Mach-E starts at 412,000 NOK (€41,058 / $49,531), but that’s the price of the Standard Range version. The Extended Range version cost 463,400 NOK (€46,188 / $55,722).
The all-wheel drive version – SR and ER – starts at 482,000 NOK (€48,047 / $57,965) and 544,000 NOK (€54,230 / $65,422).
Hopefully, we will soon see volume deliveries of the Ford Mustang Mach-E also in other European countries.
Ford really needs to sell them in thousands (just like the new plug-in hybrids) to comply with the emission requirements in Europe. In 2020, the company failed to reach the CO2 target.