However, although nothing officially announced, The Drive reports Ford's brand names as Mach E and Mach-E. The documents were compiled by the United States Patent and Trademark Office on November 26, and about a year after the first launch of the electric crossover, "about vehicles, vehicles, cars, trucks, lorries, sports equipment, motor vehicles, metal frames for metal structural parts, fittings and stamp marks.
For example, the Meg-E locomotive will certainly be used by Ford's Mustang-Inspired SUV. It was close to the 1st, but it was a wise decision not to offend the lovers of the Mustang Mack 1. When asked whether Ford had an upcoming electric SUV, the representative of The Drive said, "This trademark application is intended to protect new ideas, but does not necessarily reflect new business or product plans. «