In the American West, the mustang is a wild horse that roams free. For the first time since that breed of horse landed on a fender in April 1964, a Ford Mustang will be able to gallop beside a real mustang.
At England's Goodwood Festival of Speed on Friday, Ford took the wraps off the Mustang Mach-E Rally, the automaker's first production-intent off-road electric vehicle.
Ford said it will open order books for the Mach-E Rally this fall and offer the vehicle initially in the United States, Europe and Canada this fall. Ford did not say when deliveries of the Mach-E Rally will start. The standard street version of the Mach-E is available in 40 global markets.
Rally car driver Ott Tänak was scheduled to drive a pre-production Mach-E Rally up Goodwood's famous hill on Friday.