This Is What A Wrecked Ford Mustang Mach-E Looks Like


A handful of images have hit the web showing what could very well be the first wrecked Ford Mustang Mach-E.

The Mach-E hasn’t been in the hands of customers for very long and yet the driver of this Grabber Blue has already destroyed their all-electric SUV.

It is understood that the Mach-E was involved in a high-speed crash on a motorway and while no specifics have been given to fully explain how the damage was caused, it seems likely the Ford experienced multiple impacts before coming to a rest. In fact, there doesn’t appear to be any exterior panels that didn’t suffer some kind of damage.

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The brunt of the damage has been sustained to the front half of the vehicle. One of the headlights is missing and the bumper has been pushed out of position although surprisingly, it hasn’t been ripped off entirely. Elsewhere, the hood of the Ford has been dented, twisted, and scratched while the windshield was also shattered in the incident.

As if that wasn’t enough, both sides of the Mustang Mach-E have also been dented, including the doors and the front and rear quarter panels. The rear bumper has also been torn from the Ford. Despite the extent of the damage, the occupants are said to have escaped the crash with only minor injuries.

It goes without saying that this Mach-E will be declared a write-off by its insurer and head straight to a salvage yard.

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