The Ford Mustang Mach-E has been one of the few vehicles in Ford’s lineup that hasn’t been affected by the global chip shortage, as Ford has prioritized its more profitable and strategically important vehicles over the last few months. However, this streak seems to be over as the Ford Cuautitlan Assembly Plant has halted the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach E production due to the chip shortage.

This delay applies to orders placed between July 5th and October 1st, 2021. It will delay production by at least six more weeks. Ford will offer affected customers an additional 250kWh of complimentary charging on the Ford Blue Oval Charge Network.

Even though chip supply has improved recently, Ford still believes that the problem will continue through June 2022. Regardless, demand for the Mach-E has remained strong since its launch late last year, and Ford’s EV crossover has dominated the sales charts in Norway since it went on sale there in May.

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