Earlier this month, Ford has updated the all electric Mustang Mach-E with some new improvements for 2022. Just last week, the company revealed an all new version of the petrol powered Mustang, which saw an all new design inside and out and suprrisinlgy, has retained the V8 and the manual gearbox.

The new refresh for the Mustang Mach-E now means it comes with Ford’s Intelligent Automated Cruise Control 2.0 as standard, which will allow the car to use the front faction camera and satellite navigation system to help adjust the speed it is doing to cope with corners, roundabouts and speed limits.

Ford has also changed the way some of the equipment levels work. For example, the Premium trim level is now only available on the rear wheel drive model with the 91kWh battery. This trim adds 19-inch alloy wheels, adaptive LED headlights, red brake callipers and some exterior trim in black.

Ford has also managed to improve the towing capacity for the 91kWh battery pack models, now capable of towing 1,500kg, up from 1,000kg in the older models. For the powertrain, Ford has left this unchanged.