Ford’s decision to use the Mustang moniker on its all-electric SUV seems to have done two things. Number one, as we all know, is that it has lightly annoyed the purists and muscle car fans. Number two, though, is that it looks to have brought the Mach-E to the attention of tuners and design companies.
One such firm is Motion R Design – a Preston-based company that usually deals in bodykits and interior retrims for Transits and Ranger pickups. It has now applied a similar formula to the Mach-E, the results of which you can see above.
Like it? The widebody kit includes new arches, side skirts and a rear diffuser, whilst a mid-mounted rear spoiler and a new grille complete the out-there look. The parts can apparently be had in traditional carbon fibre or a more modern forged carbon weave option.
Quantum44 has designed those monster forged alloy wheels, and the interior modifications include a full retrim in nappa leather, a flat-bottomed carbon steering wheel and carbon fibre interior panels.
There’s no word on any drivetrain upgrades, but remember Ford is preparing a Mach-E GT which will have a motor on each axle for a total of 459bhp and 830Nm of torque…