What Drive Modes are Available on the Ford® Mustang Mach-E?

Your 'stang. Your style.

Your Mustang Mach-E offers selectable Drive Experiences to fit your driving mood.

To set your desired mode, use the 15.5-inch center touchscreen and touch the Mustang Mach-E icon in the top-left corner. It’ll automatically default to the CONTROLS screen, and DRIVE MODES will be highlighted. From here, you can select your preferences from the following options:


The ambient lighting is set to soft blue, and you’ll enjoy a balance of excitement and comfort, with in-vehicle sounds to enhance the experience.


A calm driving experience with gradual acceleration and a lighter “coasting” deceleration response. The interior sound is turned off and the ambient lighting is blue. Your digital cluster display will react to your acceleration, braking and handling too.


Get the feeling of downshifting, increased throttle response, a sporty steering feel, orange ambient lighting and enhanced driving sounds for that exhilarating Mustang experience. Your digital cluster display will react to your acceleration, braking and handling in this mode as well.

One-Pedal Driving*

You can also choose the One-Pedal Driving feature in any of the above three Drive Experiences. This allows you to control vehicle speed with the accelerator pedal only and reduces the need to use the brake pedal to slow the vehicle down. Instead, the vehicle slows down as you lift your foot from the accelerator pedal. This is most useful in stop-and-go traffic.

To activate One-Pedal Driving, touch the Mustang Mach-E icon in the upper-left corner of your touchscreen. Then, from the DRIVE MODES screen, slide the button to turn it on.

Drivers do not have to use the brake pedal, but it will operate normally if needed.

Keep in mind that until you turn them off, Drive Experiences will remain on each time you start the vehicle. One-Pedal Driving will turn off when you brake.

*One-Pedal Drive is an extra driving aid. It does not replace the driver’s attention and judgement, or the need to apply the brakes. See owner’s manual for details and limitations.