In 2020, the battle for electric vehicle sales supremacy will become a lot more interesting. In the first part of the year, you have the sibling face-off of the 2020 Tesla Model Y versus the 2020 Model 3. But later on Ford will be coming out with its 2021 Mustang Mach-E. This is the first time Ford has built a dedicated EV rather than simply bolting an electric motor into an existing model. The old-timer from Detroit is taking the fight to the young upstart from Silicon Valley.
Though they appear quite different, all three EVs use a similar formula. When their lineup is complete, they will all be available with either rear- or all-wheel drive and with three powertrain offerings: one for normal range, one for long or extended range, and one for high performance.