That is a crossover befitting it's title. The Mustang Mach-E is a decent enough looking vehicle but it is definitely leaning on it's name for stability and appeal. I doubt that Ford would have sold as many if it was named the "Edge-E" or "Flex-E" (although that would make for a hilarious conversation starter). But I also appreciate that production will happen in the US. I understand that manufacturing a car, especially an electric one, is a global process that cannot all happen in the US but it is good to hear that assembly and production will happen here. Maybe Ford will take a note from Jeep and build a manual transmission to to attach to the electric motors on a regular cab short bed body truck to give us a throwback to the 99-04 Lightning's.
There is no reason why enthusiasts can't enjoy electric cars, but manufacturers have to be willing to make them appeal to enthusiasts. The way I see it the more direct control a driver has over the operation of his or her vehicle, the more of an "enthusiast" they will become.