Ford Shuts Down Orders on Two 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E Trims

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  • Ford said customers can no longer order the 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E in two trims for 2022: the Premium and California Route 1.
  • Ford says the change is a result of high demand, as it works to fulfill existing customer orders for 2022.
  • The Premium and California Route 1 sit above the base Select and below the high-performance GT in the Mach-E lineup.

    Demand for electric cars is beginning to rise steadily, with Ford shifting more than 27,000 units of its Mustang Mach-E electric crossover last year. The Mach-E, which won our 2021 EV of the Year award, has had a solid sales start to 2022, but if you still want to put in an order for a new 2022 Mach-E, your options are going to be more limited. Late last week, a message appeared on Ford’s consumer site saying that “due to high demand, 2022 Premium and California Route 1 models are not available for order,” although there’s “extremely limited inventory available at select dealers.”


    Ford confirmed the change in a statement to Car and Driver, explaining that “We have seen unprecedented demand and are focused on building existing customer orders for Premium and California Route 1 Mustang Mach-E models.” Ford said customers can either try to find one of those trims at a dealer or, alternatively, they can order either the base Select model or the high-performance GT instead.

    The Premium and California Route 1 slot in between the Select and GT models, with the Premium starting at $50,200 and California Route 1 pricing opening at $53,875. The Premium can be had with both the Standard Range 68.0-kWh battery or the 88.0-kWh pack, while the Route 1 focuses on range, exclusively using the big battery and eking out a few more miles than the Extended Range Premium models. This also means the Premium gets more standard equipment, including the upgraded nine-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system and power liftgate. Now 2022 Mach-E orders are limited to the $44,995 Select or the $63,095 GT. The Premium and California Route 1 will become available to order again for the 2023 model year, Ford says, with details to come at a later date.

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