During the winter of 1914 in frigid and iced over Detroit, Michigan, Henry Ford told the New York Times: “Within a year, I hope, we shall begin the manufacture of an electric automobile. The fact is that Mr. Thomas Edison and I have been working for some years on an electric automobile, which would be cheap and practicable.”
Well, 107 years later, full-on industrialists Henry Ford and Thomas Edison did manage to ultimately build that perfect electrified beast and it’s named the Mustang Mach-E 1400 and it recently surfaced and announced its presence in a high pitched screeee on the remote and exotic Faroe Islands. A North Atlantic archipelago situated north-northwest of Scotland, the 18 different islands and 779 other tiny islands, islets and skerries, rest 407 miles of the coast of Northern Europe and are about halfway between Iceland and Norway.
“The Faroe Islands are just the most unbelievable, beautiful landscape that you’ve ever seen,” remarked two-time Formula Drift Champion Vaughn Gittin Jr., who not only had a hand in dreaming and scheming up the Mach-E but was also dispatched to the 604 miles of Faroe Island coastline to unleash the Mach-E beast.