Blah blah blah…… blah blah. I’ve owned Mustangs since I was 18 yrs old starting with an ‘84 GT. I’m not bothered by Mach-E at all. If I was in the market I’d park one next to my Mach1 without hesitation.No one has ever driven a production electric mustang, Ford hasn’t made one.
The mustang has had some bad moments mostly in the 70s, but it has always been more or less the same car, a sporty two door. No suv will ever be a mustang to me or millions of others who value uniqueness and heritage.
An Abraham Lincoln quote comes to mind that seems to me to fit the occasion,
“How many legs does a dog have if you call his tail a leg? Four. Saying that a tail is a leg doesn't make it a leg”