Sandy Munro shows us why the Mustang Mach-E is not your grandpa's Ford

YouTuber and engineer Sandy Munro got their hands on a 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E electric crossover for a series of explanatory and deep dive videos, including this tour of underbody and suspension tech. Spoiler alert: he likes it.
"Hey guys and gals. You know what? That doesn't look like a Ford," says Munro, before taking us on a tour of the Mach-E's underbody. He touches all four of the suspension corners, the brakes, the crash tech, and almost everything else he's noticed under Ford's new all-electric SUV, and it's safe to say he likes what he sees and compare some of the methods with it from European premium brands.
"It has the kind of stuff that I thought I would see in the VW," says Munro, referring to the Volkswagen ID.4 he had in the elevator in early April, which didn't impress him nearly as much.
Munro is an automotive engineer who previously worked at both GM and Ford before starting a consulting firm. He has specialized in the assembly of engines and is very familiar with the technology and production methods of the drive train and chassis. In addition to his advice, he runs a YouTube channel on which he conducts tours and demolitions of new cars, recently focusing on electric cars such as Mach-E, VW ID.4 and various Teslas.
Munro thinks he'll be buying a Mach-E (maybe this one) for a full tear-away treatment that should give us insight into battery design and other elements that are not easily accessible.
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