Mach-E Buyers Told Ford's Charge Station Won't Be Available Until April

Perhaps it’s a good thing.

The Ford Mustang Mach-E is due to land in showrooms before the end of 2020, but it appears that customers will have to wait a little longer if they want to charge their car with Ford’s Connected Home Charger.

This news comes from over at the Mach-E Club, where a member posted an email sent to a Mach-E order holder informing them that while their car is almost here, they won’t be able to get Ford’s wall-mounted high-powered EVSE until the end of April:

The all new Mustang Mach-E is almost here!

I know many of you have been inquiring about in-home charging stations and we are actively coming up with options and a process. The Ford in-home charging station will not be available until the end of April. We are in contact with another charging station vendor to be able to supply us with units for you. We are also contacting a few installers so we can offer you choices for that as well. Our plan is to give our customers the ability to finance, use your Ford credit card or pay cash for the charger and installation. It is also our plan to have multiple installers for you to choose from so that your schedule can always be met. We are working to have this plan in place and pricing available in the next couple weeks so you can make a decision on charging before your Mach-E arrives.

That seemed to cause some confusion as at least one club member thought that meant they wouldn’t be able to charge their car until they had the Connected Home Charger installed. Fortunately, that isn’t the case.

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The Mustang Mach-E comes standard with a 120v/240v mobile connector, much like how Tesla vehicles do. Unlike Tesla vehicles though, Ford’s mobile connector also comes with the 240v NEMA 14-50 adapter so owners don’t need to purchase anything, they just need a NEMA 14-50 outlet to plug into. 

Ford’s mobile connector