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Ford Applies for ‘Mustang Mach-E’ Trademark

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Ford’s vision for the electric future is still hazy, but it clears a little more every day. The latest updates suggest that a Mustang Mach-E will be the name of Ford’s electrified Mustang.

AllFordMustangs.com has uncovered a pair of trademark applications with the European Intellectual Property Office for a fancy new Mustang badge (below) and the name “Mustang Mach-E.”

Ford had previously applied with the EUIPO and the U.S. patent office for a trademark on the name Mach-E, but has now added Mustang to the name, suggesting that it won’t be applied to the electric crossover the brand has been teasing.

Meanwhile, reports have been flying around about the future of the Mustang more generally. Automobile reports that the Mustang will stay on the same platform until 2026 (with an update somewhere around 2022), while other sources report that Ford has killed the hybrid Mustang in favor of an all-electric model continue reading...
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