The newest member of the Mustang family isn’t just an electric, it’s an SUV. The Mustang Mach-E can be configured as a single motor rear-wheel drive that produces 255hp and 306lb.ft. of torque with a 230mi range, or as a dual-motor all-wheel drive that makes 429lb.ft. of torque and has a 210 mi range. There’s also a 416hp GT edition for those who want to wow their company. Inside, Ford has adopted the clean and touch-centered dash of modern electric vehicles. The Mustang Mach-E will be available starting in late 2020.