Ford Motor Company has confirmed that it has met its target of an estimated 300-mile EPA range for their soon to launch Mustang Mach-E all-electric crossover. However, that range will not be standard. Only the Premium Extended-Range rear-wheel drive model will achieve that goal, at least for now. The all-wheel drive Premium trim will have a 270-mile range. Those that stick with the standard model will be buying into a 230-mile range for rear drive, and 210-mile range with all-wheel drive. While impressive, the Mach-E still falls a little short of the somewhat more expensive Tesla Model Y with its standard all-wheel drive and an EPA estimated range of 326-miles. Ford expects to start deliveries of the Mustang Mach-E next month.