The GT edition of the electric Ford Mustang Mach-E has a speedy acceleration time of under 3.5 seconds to 60 mph.
However, it also spends a lot of time motionless.
At a public fast charging station, it takes 38 to 45 minutes to charge a Mach-battery E's to 80%, depending on the size of the pack.
That is comparable to the majority of current electric vehicle models, but it is still sufficiently long for users to find other ways to pass the time, such as working or having a snack.
Ford is now providing its customers with yet another method to pass the time without getting out of their cars.
A Power-Up that enables YouTube video playback and NBC streaming applications is being downloaded over the air for the Sync 4A infotainment system in the Mustang Mach-E.
Director of the automaker's D-Ford human-centered design lab Ryan McManus shared a video on Twitter showcasing the new function.
The Mustang Mach-video E's functionality requires either a connection to an outside Wi-Fi network or a vehicle-specific wireless internet subscription in order to function.
It is available while the Mustang Mach-E is in park, not only when it is charging.
While Tesla's infotainment system presently includes games and YouTube in addition to Netflix, Hulu,
and other streaming media apps, Sync 4A also has a number of video games and a sketchpad function.
Ford has not announced a specific timeframe for when all the vehicles with the Sync 4A system will receive the upgrade or when additional video apps might be added.
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