Ford’s much-awaited all-electric Mustang crossover finally unveiled the name “Mustang Mach-E”.

Even though the full reveal is scheduled on November 17 L.A. auto show, it looks like we already have a lot of details for the car ahead of the official launch.

Jalopnik spotted the webpage for Ford’s All-Electric Mustang Mach-E through the Mach-E forum.

Of course, the webpage was supposed to go live after the full reveal but it seems like someone accidentally published the product page thinking no one could notice the addition in the back-end.

It looked like a webpage dedicated to the registration of Ford Mustang Mach-E for 2020. Jalopnik also managed to grab a couple of screenshots as you can see in the image at the top of this article and an additional picture below.

From what they observed, some information on the pricing and the specs did appear.

The aim for 0-60 mph was clearly a thing in their observation. In addition to this, it looks like you will have an option of rear or an all-wheel drive.

It will be capable of 300 miles of range while the GT model might cover more for its speed. With 10 minutes of charge, you can theoretically travel 47 miles – which does not sound bad at all.

However, the pricing starts from $43,895 and goes up to $60,000 for the GT model. It is worth noting that the prices mentioned did not take Federal EV tax credit into account.

We shall cover a follow up to this story after the official reveal.

Image Credits: Jalopnik

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