Ford may have reversed its controversial decision to use its iconic Mach 1 nameplate on an all-electric SUV, but the moniker it settled for is no less bold. The Blue Oval has confirmed that this high-performance, zero-emissions crossover, which will be unveiled this Sunday, November 17 (18 for us) alongside actor Idris Elba, will be a member of the Mustang family and be called the Mustang Mach-E.

This tallies with the teaser sketch showed last month, exhibiting styling very much inspired by the pony car, with details such as the slim headlights, sweeping lines over the front and rear wheels, a teardrop-shaped glasshouse and triple vertical tail lights.

The video above also provides a glimpse of the front end with an inset front panel and the galloping horse badge, confirming that last year’s teaser was for the SUV, not a hybrid version of the “regular” Mustang (which is also coming), as previously thought.

No details have been released just yet, but Ford has previously floated a range figure of around 600 km. We’ll have to wait until the car is unveiled in full to get more details.

GALLERY: Ford Mustang Mach-E spyshots