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Ford has finally joined the EV game with the debut of its all-electric Mustang Mach-E. Although it features the iconic Mustang badge on both its front and rear bumpers, the vehicle is far from a pony car, encompassing the weight and dimensions of a mid-size crossover SUV. As expected, the Mach-E has already found itself being compared to Tesla's Model Y, a similarly sized electric crossover scheduled to hit showrooms in summer 2020. We breakdown just how the Detroit automaker's newest car stacks up against the brand synonymous with high-powered electric cars.
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How Tesla's Model Y Compares To Ford’s First EV