The 2024 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT gets a bronze finish and adds performance
- Ford has revealed that the 2024 Mustang Mach-E GT is getting an attractive new appearance package.
- The Bronze Appearance Package comes with a set of 20-inch bronze-painted aluminum wheels, special bronze badging, a bronze grille, and an optional performance upgrade.
- Ford has not revealed any details about the performance upgrade yet, but it confirms that the changes turn the 2024 Mach-E GT into the fastest version of the electric crossover yet.
The 2024 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT lineup is about to get a little bigger. That’s because Ford is adding a new visual options package exclusive to the high-performance version of the electric crossover. Called the Bronze Appearance Package, the optional extras do exactly what the name suggests and change some of the car’s signature colors.
The package changes the color of the crossover’s front grille to bronze, adds 20-inch aluminum wheels painted in “Sinister Bronze,” and also includes exterior badges finished in the same color. The bronze accents, paired with the Eruption Green paint in Ford’s photos, look very nice. The Bronze package can only be paired with three exterior colors: Shadow Black, Star White Metallic Tri-Coast, and Eruption Green shown here.
In addition to the appearance changes, Ford has also teased an optional performance boost to go along with the Bronze package. Details are sparse, but according to the manufacturer, the optional upgrade will make the Bronze Edition the fastest version of the Mach-E yet. As it stands now, the 480-hp Mach-E GT is no slouch. In our testing, we hit 60 mph in just 3.7 seconds, but Ford promises this upgrade will make it accelerate faster.
Orders for the 2024 Mach-E are scheduled to open later this winter, and pricing for the Mach-E GT AWD with the Long Range Battery Pack and Bronze Appearance Package starts at $62,885. The unspecified performance upgrade will cost extra, but we’ll have to wait for more details on what that entails.
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