The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E in GT spec is sure to be a hoot with 459 horsepower and 619 pound-feet of torque. But it looks like Ford and/or one of its stunt-driving cohorts is working on a Mach-E that’s even more fun than what customers will be able to buy. A video posted to YouTube shows a stripped-down Mach-E with a variety of modifications drifting and doing donuts. It was all taken at North Carolina Center for Automotive Research according to Jalopnik and Road & Track.
It’s quite obvious that it’s a Mach-E, as the whole body between the pillars is present, albeit without glass and trim. It also appears to have the low, floor-mounted batteries of the upcoming electric crossover. And when the driver steps on it, it emits a loud whine somewhere between R/C car and