Battery packs that have a normal range of 72 kWh and an energy efficiency of 103 MPGe are ideal for use in electric vehicles.

The Ford Mustang Mach-E has the potential to go a distance of 247 miles if it becomes available. At the other end of the spectrum, a battery pack that has an extended range of 91 kWh and an energy efficiency of 98 MPGe

is capable of providing a range of up to 312 miles. Both the electric Ford Mustang and the Mach-E will be built on the same chassis, and they will combine their respective battery packs into a single unit.

Even though it has a conventional range of roughly 260 to 270 miles and an extended range of approximately 450 miles,

However, the electric Mustang will still have a driving range that is lesser than the gas-powered vehicle, which can drive up to 388 miles on a combined 22 miles per gallon rating. The electric Mustang will have a range of

340 to 350 miles. When compared to its SUV sister, the electric Mustang will be considerably lighter and more aerodynamic.