Rally good news at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

Goodwood has been the scene of many Ford Mustang adventures through the years, from silver screen resurgences to Eagle Squadron fundraisers and even a one-of-a-kind 1,419 PS electric prototype.
For the 2023 Goodwood Festival of Speed we’re back with something equally special – the first look at a new member of the Mustang family. One that takes Mustang where it’s never been before – off the asphalt and beyond the beaten path.

The new, electric Mustang Mach-E Rally 1 is the first-ever rally-inspired, five-passenger Ford Mustang, so it’s fitting that M-Sport Ford World Rally Team driver and former World Rally champion Ott Tänak is on hand to drive it up the Goodwood Hill Climb in its very first outing.

Our new Mustang Mach-E Rally isn’t the only Mustang making its moving debut at Goodwood. The new Mustang GT3 race car and the track-ready Mustang Dark Horse 2 road car on which the Mustang GT3 is based will also be seen in action for the first time. So will our new electric Explorer 1 crossover model that arrives with customers in 2024.
Even more excitement for rally fans will be provided by our M-Sport Ford Puma Hybrid Rally1 car. Ford’s first electrified competition motorsport car globally was first unveiled at Goodwood in 2021, and is back on the Hill Climb this year to help celebrate 50 years of the World Rally Championship.
And we’re not only pushing the boundaries of performance at Goodwood. We’re also continuing to use our platform to challenge automotive industry stereotypes, this year by hosting an all-female panel of inspirational industry figures at the Ford show stand.
1 Officially homologated driving range will be published closer to on-sale date. In accordance with the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP). Published range (intended target value according to WLTP) can be achieved with a fully charged battery - depending on the existing series and battery configuration. The actual range may vary due to various factors (e.g. weather conditions, driving style, route profile, vehicle condition, age and condition of the lithium-ion battery).
2 Mustang Dark Horse homologated CO2 emissions 279-282 g/km WLTP, homologated fuel efficiency 12.2-12.4 l/100 km WLTP. CO2 emission and fuel efficiency ranges may vary according to vehicle variants offered by individual markets. The declared WLTP fuel/energy consumptions, CO2-Emissions and electric range are determined according to the technical requirements and specifications of the European Regulations (EC) 715/2007 and (EU) 2017/1151 as last amended. The applied standard test procedures enable comparison between different vehicle types and different manufacturers.