While nothing has already been known, the reports show that Ford has traded the Mach E and Mach-E names. The filings are made with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on November 26, nearly a year after the electric crossover is first announced, and are described as referring to "motor vehicles, namely, electric vehicles, passenger automobiles, trucks, sports use vehicle , Off-road vehicles, and structural parts, fittings, and badges there, metal license plate frames. "
It seems likely that the money market will be applied to Ford's Mustang-inspired SUV. This would be a smart decision, as it still sounds close to the Mach 1 but will not upset fans of the original Mustang Match 1. When asked if the name is connected to Ford's upcoming electric SUV, a spokesman tells the drive that "trademark Applications are intended to protect new ideas, but not necessarily the indication of new business or product plans.