Since Tesla fanbois are interested in older Ford EV's, thought they'd be interested in current events.
"According to the image, the car is rated at 270 miles (434 km) of EPA combined range (as expected in preliminary specs).
It's the best result that we seen in a production, non-Tesla, electric car. The rear-wheel-drive version of Mustang Mach-E Premium with the same battery will be able to go even further - 300 miles EPA (but we don't have confirmation just yet).
Additionally, we can take a look at the efficiency numbers - the combined result is 90 MPGe - 374 Wh/mi (233 Wh/km). "
It does have Over the Air Updates which the fanbois were upset was not on a 2015 tech older Ford.
It does have Ford Co-Pilot 360 where adaptive cruise is not a Beta product as it is on the Model 3. It has Blind Sport Alert, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, 360 view, all features not found on the Model 3. It will have free OTA for Lane Keeping which will not be a Beta product like Tesla's "Auto Steer". Hatchback with wiper, something missing from all Tesla's.
Good news for EV'ers everywhere.
Build date on mine is 1/25/21 and delivery to a dealer who answers the phone is expected 3/10/21.