Ford will delay deliveries for hundreds of its Mustang Mach-E cars to execute top quality checks, Electrek claimed. The automaker started delivering the Mach-E SUV in December, but some potential buyers reported that their approaching shipping and delivery dates experienced been pushed again, by as long as a month in some cases, according to Electrek.
The Mustang Mach-E SUV is Ford’s 1st update to the legendary Mustang brand name ever, and the company’s major foray into the EV marketplace.
Ford did not quickly return a ask for for remark from The Verge on Saturday, but a spokesperson told Electrek it was executing “additional good quality checks on various hundred” of the SUVs that have been built before vendor shipments began in December, “to make sure they meet the quality our buyers count on and are worthy of.”
Ford did not say what especially prompted the new quality checks, but the company advised the Ford Authority blog site that it was doing the job to expedite deliveries of the Mustang Mach-E, “and we hope that buyers get them in advance of specific dates, delivering there are no COVID-19-linked transportation delays.”