And no, we aren't making this up. According to a Ford survey, people "vibe with electric vehicles." Ford even goes so far as to say that the Mach-E "might land you a second date – if you play your cards right."
The actual findings from the survey are as follows:
Two in three people said they would pick an electric vehicle to make a good first impression on someone. Eight out of ten are down for an electric-powered date night – with three in four saying they’d prefer to date an electric vehicle owner.
But for Valentine's Day, Ford presented the survey results with a bit of humor and twist. Regardless, the findings are that electric cars create a good first impression and on the dating scene, owning an electric car might actually improve your chance of success.
Gallery: 2020 Ford Mustang Mach-E
Read more on how you might get lucky by owning the Mach-E in the Ford press release below:
UNLUCKY IN LOVE? SPARK A NEW ROMANCE WITH ALL-ELECTRIC MUSTANG MACH-E NEXT VALENTINE’S DAY
Whether it’s celebrating with a new squeeze, revisiting an old flame or doing the anti-holiday night out with the gals (or guys), your all-electric Mustang Mach-E can make whatever you do on Valentine’s Day a little more special.
Next Valentine’s Day, it might land you a second date – if you play your cards right.
That’s according to a Ford survey* that found people vibe with electric vehicles. Looking for shock value? Two in three people said they would pick an electric vehicle to make a good first impression on someone. Eight out of ten are down for an electric-powered date night – with three in four saying they’d prefer to date an electric vehicle owner.
And if rolling up in your Mustang Mach-E impressed your date, then you better have a plan. Thankfully, you’re covered. Our first-ever cloud-connected communications system – called SYNC® 4A in the Mustang Mach-E – lets you find the right place for a romantic dinner powered by Yelp’s reviews and ratings of the hottest dining spots.
Deliveries of the all-new all-electric SUV begin late 2020. Reserve the Mustang Mach-E here.
*The survey was conducted by global research and analytics consultancy PSB in June 2019 covering 3,000 people across Europe, USA and China between June 6 and June 14.