Ford Suggests Shrimp & Chicken Wings For Mustang Mach-E
Jerry Reynolds | February 5, 2020
I am assuming it is a slow news week at Ford, especially since they only report sales four times a year. Am I the only one who worries about how sanitary this idea is?
Ford notes that Kansas City football fans can bask in the glory of a world championship – at least for the next six months or so – but for fans across the country, it’s not too early to start thinking about next season. Specifically, the tailgating.
Here are four ways football fans can elevate their tailgates for next season with the all-electric Mustang Mach-E’s front trunk, or frunk, a 4.8-cubic-foot plastic space – the equivalent to a 36-gallon cooler – that sits underneath the hood. (In a gas-powered vehicle, where the engine is typically located.)
The trunk in the front is about the size of a large cooler, so fans can forget about lugging a heavy cooler to a tailgate. Just fill the front trunk with ice and beverages and cruise right up to your tailgate. When you’re done, open the drain cap at the bottom of the front trunk and let gravity do the rest.
Sign up to bring a game day spread best served chilled? Top off the frunk with some shaved ice to keep veggies, dips and even shrimp cold and ready to eat.
Feed an entire team by loading the front trunk with hot wings: you can hold more than 1,000 regular sized wings with the extra storage space, and don’t worry about the sauce – you can open the drain cap and hose down the front trunk when you get home.
Play a game of long-distance cornhole or show off your passing skills by challenging friends to a “closest to the front trunk” contest.
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