The ups and the downs, the turns and the straights, the smooth and the rough. Gliding through any surface and any condition the Mustang Mach-E drives. Birchwood’s very own marketing team wanted to find out the true hidden and known features of the untamed Mustang Mach-E-and they were not disappointed!
Iconic beauty of Beachy Head to the tranquil white horses lashing against the pebbled coastline,finally ending up in the beating heart of this sunny seaside town, Eastbourne centre.Starting at The Towner Art wall by Lothar Gotz, we captured the crisp shark angles of the all-electric Mustang Mach-E.
Drawing on its architecture, angles and unique exterior recesses and alcoves, mural – his largest to date – envelops the length and width of three sides of the award-winning building. "To paint the entire rendered wall space of the gallery offers an amazing canvas, and to realise a painting of that scale in such a prominent public position of Eastbourne really is a kind of dream project for me," says .
"Visible from several prominent viewpoints of the town with a wide range of different audiences, the painting conceptually sits somewhere between street art and minimalism/abstraction and therefore hopefully offers a range of diverse viewings and readings."
Onto our next destination-Beachy Head. Whilst memorised by Eastbourne's beauty we could not gaze all day. Beachy Head. Winding narrow roads, some smooth whilst some roads being pulled apart by global warming we eased through. For a big car it sure does move nimble and seamlessly, whilst also optimising beauty with its edges and colour. Not forgetting of course, the inside beauty of the car...No we aren't talking about the drivers! With its black leather seats with the red colour stitching, it sure gives of that mean sporty Mustang feel.
Beachy Head is famous for its white cliffs and the dramatic, undulating coastline created by the Seven Sisters but there is much more to explore. A short walk inland brings you to the village of East Dean, where the Tiger Inn, Hiker’s Rest, Thai Terre and a world-class deli surround a quaint village green. Beachy Head beer is brewed a short hop down the road.
Beachy Head is also close to the South Downs Way, a national treasure of a trail that runs for 100 miles between Winchester and Eastbourne. So whether you’re into walking, cycling or horse riding, the South Downs Way offers an incredible opportunity. So when you visit Beachy Head, be sure to explore!
Parking up next to the captivating pebbly beaches of the southeast, the sun was shining beaming down on the car. The journey to this location went through small town roads, pebbly back roads and coastal roads. For such a big car it really is nimble. Throughout this journey we had not 1 issue with getting through tight corners or parking up in bays. A car perfect for families in the city and countryside's.
Eastbourne Beach, also known as the Grand Parade Beach, is the town’s main coastal affair. It stretches for over two miles and is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. The beach is easily accessible from the town centre and is perfect for a day out with the family because it offers a variety of activities, including swimming, sunbathing, and windsurfing. And unlike many city beaches in England, the bathing water in Eastbourne is safe to swim in!
There are also plenty of cafes and restaurants close by, so you never have to go far to enjoy a delicious meal or gelato after a day in the sun. And if the kids like to build, throw, shuffle, sift, push and pile rocks of all sizes, this is the beach for you!