With Ford’s (FMustang-inspired SUV slated for its debut on Nov. 17, more details have emerged about the all-electric vehicle. The global release of the SUV is set for Nov. 18 and will be live-streamed ahead of the Los Angeles Auto Show, where it will be on display for the first time.

In a press release published by Electrify America, it was noted that the SUV will have a few different models under the yet to be named Mustang-inspired vehicle. Vehicle range, according to Ford, will be around 600 km or 370 miles under the WLTP regulations.

An extended battery option will also be offered in late 2020 as well as a standard battery pack that will likely have less capacity, and range, but will cost less, Inside EVs reported. The extended battery pack will reportedly have a 150-kW charge capacity to it with the standard battery expected with lower charging capacity.

With the extended battery pack, the all-electric SUV will have an estimated EPA driving range of 300 miles. Charge time is also reportedly expected to be up to 47 miles in 10 minutes using Electrify America’s DC fast-charging system.

The drivetrain on the EV will integrate one electric motor per wheel for dual-motor all-wheel-drive with a rear-wheel-drive model also available for purchase, Inside EVs said.

Shares of Ford stock were up 1.69 percent as of 11:51 EST on Monday.

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