Whereas we do not prefer to say it, sadly many individuals in all probability aren’t conscious that right now, March 8, 2021, is Worldwide Girls’s Day. Hopefully, with the far attain of right now’s social media shops, extra individuals are conscious of this vital day.
With that stated, we have a brand new girl on the town, and also you’re in all probability going to be seeing much more of her sooner or later. Within the video above, she not solely gives a wonderful overview of the Ford Mustang Mach-E electrical crossover, but additionally covers some little-known historical past associated to the early adoption of EVs by girls within the early 1900s,
Miss GoElectric was lucky to get the chance to movie on-site on the Henry Ford Museum, which could be very near residence for a number of of us at InsideEVs. If you have not been there, we positively counsel planning a visit. Miss GoElectric writes:
“March eighth is Worldwide Girls’s Day. What higher time to acknowledge the ladies who led the early adoption of EVs within the late 1800s and early 1900s? Amongst them was Clara Ford who drove this 1914 Detroit Electrical Mannequin 47. Over a century later, Ford Motor Firm’s personal mass-market EV has lastly hit the streets. What would possibly Clara have thought concerning the 2021 Mustang Mach E?”
There are only a few feminine voices within the EV/auto overview house, and that should change. We sit up for listening to what girls must say about automobiles typically, and extra particularly, right now’s rising assortment of EVs.
Miss GoElectric shares not solely her distinctive tackle what Clara Ford might have considered the Mustang Mach-E, but additionally her personal ideas. She was in a position to spend a number of days with a completely loaded First Version electrical pony.
Try the video for all the small print. Then, tell us what you consider Miss GoElectric’s overview. Extra importantly, remember to unfold the phrase that right now is Worldwide Girls’s Day.