Ford is already sold out of its electric crate motor but won’t say how many

Ford's first ever electric crate motor was sold just days after it began to be sold (via Ford Authority). Ford doesn't say how many were sold.
Ford captured the attention of EV enthusiasts and Ford fans alike when it displayed the Eluminator inside an all-electric 1978 F-100. The $3,900 crate motor powers the Mustang Mach-E GT with 480 horsepower and 634 pound-feet torque. The motor doesn't include batteries or other components, but Ford plans to make those parts separately.

A Ford spokesperson said that "Demand exceeded expectations". It is not clear at this time if the e-crate motors sold were comparable to those of gasoline-powered Ford crate motors.

Ford says that the Eluminator will soon be available for purchase if you are interested in getting your hands on it. Ford representatives told us that interested customers can sign up online to receive notifications when the Eluminator is available for order again by entering their email address or phone number on Eluminator’s product page.