Let’s not beat around the bush and get straight to the point. It’s an all electric crossover. I can almost hear the exasperated sighs of the enthusiasts, but it is what it is. While the Mach-E shares styling cues with Ford’s iconic pony car, that’s as far as it goes. It’s sacrilege, it really is; using not just the Mustang moniker, but also the Mach1, used for high performance Stangs, for an electric crossover is blasphemy. But that’s what most manufacturers are doing nowadays (not saying they should), like Mitsubishi with the Eclipse Cross. According to Ford, they went with the name because it needed the electrified crossover to be as desirable as a Tesla, and compete in the world of electric vehicles. The name and the design adaptation is undoubtedly a benefactor in sales and the car’s image.