Specs: 459 Horsepower / 612 Pound-Feet
Yes, we’re counting the Mach-E. Even though it’s not technically a Mustang by traditional standards, the electric crossover shares its name and badge with the iconic sports car. When it goes on sale later this year, the 2020 Mustang Mach-E will come solely in Premium trim before offering three different flavors in 2021: Select, California Route 1 Edition, and GT. The base Mustang Mach-E Select produces 255 horsepower and starts at $43,895, while the GT Performance model listed here produces 459 horsepower and costs an estimated $60,500.