Ford teased the beginning of Mustang Mach-E reservations after saying the launch of the Puma EV in Australia.
Ford Motor Firm CEO Jim Farley just lately introduced the Puma EV’s 2024 launch in Australia by way of Twitter. The legacy automaker appears decided to deliver its electrical car lineup down underneath, beginning with the favored gentle SUV.
“The all-electric Ford Puma is heading to Australia!” tweeted Jim Farley, responding to Ford Australia’s announcement of the Puma EV. “This shall be our 4th EV launching down underneath earlier than the tip of 2024. Australian prospects will adore it!”
The Ford Puma is a well-liked gentle SUV in Australia. It obtained awards for the Finest Mild SUV from Drive for 3 consecutive years. Ford nonetheless must unveil the Puma EV to the general public, so little is thought in regards to the electrical car. But it surely appears becoming that Ford begins ramping up its EV gross sales in Australia with an electrical model of the Puma—and the Ford Mustang Mach-E, in fact.
Farley additionally reminded the general public of the Mustang Mach-E’s launch in Australia, anticipated later this yr. Ford Australia’s Mustang Mach-E web page states that car reservations will open quickly. On its order web page, the American carmaker asks prospects to “register curiosity” for the Mustang Mach-E, so Ford needs to be ready to accommodate Australia’s reservations.
The legacy automaker additionally teased the launch of the pure-electric E-Transit and E-Transit Customized vans. The all-electric E-Transit van is predicted to reach down underneath by April 2023.
With the Puma EV, E-Transit, E-Transit Customized, and Mustang Mach-E, Ford has revealed 4 out of 5 of the electrical autos in its lineup for Australia. The fifth Ford EV to hit Australia continues to be a thriller. There have been zero hints that it will likely be the F-150 Lightning.
“F-150 Lighting is a game-changing car however solely out there in left-hand drive so we’ve no information to share about any plans to introduce it in Australia,” stated a Ford Australia spokesperson.