The Faroe Islands are an archipelago in the North Atlantic. Vaughn Gittin Jr. takes the Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400 to this picturesque place to record a video combining beautiful scenery and high-speed action. The result is a great mix of humor and excitement.
The nearly 13-minute video starts with a brief look at the action ahead. It then cuts to Gittin Jr. on a ferry with the Mach-E 1400. This part of the clip is a bit slow but builds anticipation for what's to come.
Gallery: Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400
There's a fakeout as the ferry lowers the ramp onto the land. Gittin Jr. is ready to speed off but instead, a woman is there to meet him with a package. He then calmy drives through town while people gawk at the Mach-E 1400.
Eventually, he leaves town and is able to open up the Mach-E. His first stop is a seemingly massive tunnel. The blue lights and Gittin Jr's orange-tinted helmet visor create a psychedelic aesthetic. Eventually, the car's sentient infotainment system reminds him to open the present from the woman.
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Some background worth knowing is that the Faroe Islands are famous for the quality of wool from there. Gittin Jr's gift is a custom wool sweater with embroidery of the Ford, Monster Energy, and RTR Vehicles logos. He wears it over his racing suit for the rest of the video.
After sliding around a round-a-bout in the tunnel for a while, the action briefly moves to a soccer field and then to some switchback roads that take the Mach-E up a mountain.
Stay through the credits to see Gittin Jr. and his Mach-E sneak up to observe an adorable Atlantic Puffin.
Contrary to its name, the Mach-E 1,400 actually has around 1,445-horsepower (1,077-kilowatt). The power comes from a total of seven, three-phase AC electric motors – three in front and four in the back. A 56.8-kilowatt-hour battery provides the energy to the system.