Between the new Ranger, the Bullitt Mustang, and the Edge ST, Ford has plenty of new metal to showcase at the Detroit Auto Show this year. But the one that's sparked our imagination the most isn't even there.
Alongside all the new models revealed, Ford announced a new performance SUV in the pipeline. It'll be all-electric, and it'll be called the Mach 1.
Recognize the name? It was a variant of the Mustang sold back in the 1970s, and again a few years after the turn of the millennium. This time it won't be on a pony car, though, adopting a much larger (or at least taller) form – ostensibly to take on the Tesla Model X.
The project is being developed by Ford Team Edison, the automaker's electric propulsion division, and is set to debut sometime in 2020. More than that, we don't know at the moment, but the Blue Oval has released this minute-long teaser video to drum up a little excitement.