2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E EPA-Rated Range Just Short of Tesla Model Y’s

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has certified driving range figures for the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E, and the sums are just as expected across the lineup. The all-electric SUV arrives next month.

The Mach-E will indeed be able to travel up to 300 miles on a single charge when equipped with the extended-range battery and rear-wheel drive. If you opt for the same battery and all-wheel drive, you’re looking at 270 miles. For the sacrifice in range, output on the all-wheel-drive model rises from its rear-drive counterpart’s 290 hp and 317 lb-ft of torque to 346 ponies and 428 lb-ft of twist.

As anticipated, the standard-range battery delivers 230 miles in the rear-drive Mach-E. The all-wheel-drive model gets 211 miles, exactly one mile better than expected. Both variants put out 266 hp, but torque on the all-wheel-drive model measure in at 428 lb-ft instead of 317.

The EPA has

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Seven Cool Things to Note About the New 2021 Ford F-150

  1. The new-for-2021 hybrid powertrain pairs with the most powerful engine.

When we first heard Ford was adding a hybrid powertrain to the 2021 F-150, we figured it’d be paired with the 3.3-liter, naturally-aspirated V-6 which serves as the F-150’s base engine. Then we learned we were on the exact opposite side of correct: The hybrid is available with the F-150’s most powerful engine, the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6. Electric assistance raises the total output by 30 horsepower to 430 and by 70 lb-ft of torque to 570; it also boosts fuel economy to 24 mpg for both city and highway. Now that’s an eco-friendly powertrain we can live with.

  1. The 2021 Ford F-150 can power your home or business.

Buy an F-150 hybrid pickup, and you can get an optional 7,200-watt power supply that feeds four 120-volt/20-amp plugs and one 240-volt/30-amp plugs, all

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Buy an Aston Martin Luxury Condo, Get a Free DBX, DB11, or Vulcan

Aston Martin has designed everything from hypercars to submarines, and recently the sports car maker dipped its toes in the architectural space with a multi-million-dollar house in New York. But behind the scenes, Aston has been working on a much bigger project—66 stories bigger. The British marque has partnered with a major developer to build the first Aston Martin-branded luxury residential tower in Miami, Florida. Aston Martin will design the interior and supply limited edition cars for the most expensive units.

The project was set in motion way back in 2016, when Aston partnered with G & G Business Developments to construct a luxury high-rise, following the lead of other premium car brands such as Ferrari and Porsche. Set to open in 2022, Aston Martin Residences Miami occupies a highly coveted piece of real estate along the waterfront of Biscayne Bay. The building offers a wide range of

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Maserati’s Latest Project Draws Inspiration From the Shamal

The Maserati Shamal, eh? Chances are that many car enthusiasts won’t recall this rare, unusual coupe from some of the darker times of Maserati‘s long and glorious history. But its shape is still striking—angular, squat, undeniably muscular—and so it’s an inspired choice for, perhaps, a reboot. Meet Project Rekall, just a design sketch for now but maybe—just maybe—a reality for someone.

We say someone because as Maserati Fuoriserie’s Instagram post implies, the company’s hoping someone will commission it to build this thing. Fuoriserie is the company’s customization outfit, and as we’ve seen recently with a spate of high-dollar one-offs from other high-end automakers, all it takes to make Project Rekall into Project Reality is doing a deal with Maserati Fuoriserie.

A Maserati representative confirmed as such to Automobile, telling us: “All the [Maserati Fuoriserie] ‘projects’ and ideals featured [on this Instagram account] are design

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2021 Ford F-150 PowerBoost Gets an Upgrade From BDS Suspension

Arguably, the most notable update made to Ford’s 2021 full-size truck is its newly available gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain, which combines a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6 engine with an electric motor to deliver a healthy 430 hp and 570 lb-ft of torque. Predictably, BDS Suspension’s F-150 SEMA truck relies on this powertrain (better known as PowerBoost in Ford lingo) for momentum.



Not only is the hybrid the 2021 F-150‘s most powerful and torque-rich powertrain option (for now, at least), it also nets the truck the most powerful iteration of the Blue Oval’s onboard generator, dubbed Pro Power Onboard. With the ability to generate as much as 7.2 kW of electricity (when so-equipped), the hybrid’s built-in generator all but eliminates the need to lug an accessory generator around.

In other words, the F-150 hybrid is a true work tool. Further making that case is BDS

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