Ford's plug-in baby, the Mustang Mach-E, has been leaked two days before its official reveal in Los Angeles.
Ford will offer the base model with a choice of rear- or all-wheel drive, and is targeting a mid-five-second sprint time to 100km/h.
A range of models will be offered, including the Premium (US$50,600/$74,500) and California Route 1 (US$52,400/$77,100), but the range-topper will wear a GT badge. There's also a 'First Edition' pictured here.
Priced from US$60,500 ($89,000) the range-topping GT will hit 100km/h in around the 'mid 3-second' range and do 380km on a charge, according to the Ford USA website.
Using a fast charger, Ford says the Mach-E will gain 75.5km of range in 10 mins. Based on some quick maths, that's around 125kW DC fast charging.
Power outputs will run from 255hp (190kW) and 415Nm in the base model to 333hp (250kW) and 582Nm in the regular range, but Ford hasn't revealed how much the range-topping GT will output.
As our spy pictures showed, the Mach-E will have an upright front end with slim, Mustang-inspired headlights and a closed-over grille housing the legendary Mustang badge.
It'll have a sloping roofline, in keeping with what we've seen of existing electric SUVs, while the rear end is home to tail-lights that could have been nicked directly from the 2019 Mustang coupe.
Also notable are the car's pronounced rear guards, which share their swollen profile and sharp lines with the current 'Stang.
Inside, the Mach-E has an interior that takes clear inspiration from the Tesla line-up. The vertically-oriented infotainment system debuted in the Explorer, but the clean, horizontal lines and pared-back aesthetic is clearly reminiscent of the Model 3.
The driver is faced with a low-profile digital instrument binnacle, while the steering wheel appears to be unique within the Ford stable... for now.
Ford will reveal the Mach-E in full on November 17, US time. Stay tuned for more in the lead-up to its launch.