A Mustang EV Conversion. This should be a hell of a car, right? Even without a V8 rumbling under its hood scoop, London’s Charge Cars emerges with a stunning sports car. The blacked-out, 1967-style Mustang fastback has a 536-hp (400-kW) electric drivetrain that can travel up to 200 miles on all four wheels (322 km).
Ford Mustang ’67 EV Conversion
Although the cost of old classic cars can rise, Charge Cars’ upgraded all-electric vintage Mustang is on an entirely different scale. Why buy a house when this Mustang EV is available?
This is a stunning limited edition luxury electric vehicle with all the bells, and whistles. Charge Cars delivers cutting-edge technology you’d expect in a 2022 car, not a 1967 one. We’re talking about a classic muscle car with good looks combined with high-quality interior and exterior materials. There is even a sizable touchscreen display like it a Tesla. On the exterior, you find LED headlights, and under the hood a dual-motor electric drivetrain with a combined power output of 536 horsepower and 1,106 pound-feet (1,500 Nm) of torque. This enables the EV Restomod to accelerate from a standstill to sixty miles per hour in a claimed 3.9 seconds. Only the basic body of this classic is kept.
The manufacturer claims that the 64 kWh battery pack can provide a maximum range of about 200 miles (320 km) on a single charge. The range was originally predicted to be considerably lower, barely 124 miles (200 km), but if the car comes close to hitting the new projection, it should still be a practical EV.
According to Charge, its vehicles feature essential components from Arrival, Charge’s technology partner, and can enable DC rapid charging at up to 50 kW.
Just 499 of these cars will be produced by the Charge utilizing shells that are legitimately licensed and “preserve the historic look and style of the renowned Ford Mustang.” Actually, this is not a conversion; it’s a brand-new automobile.
The stunning EV is now available for reservation, with prices starting at £350,000, or roughly $460,000. This is one lovely pony, but it’s definitely not cheap, but it is worth it for you?
Source: https://insideevs.com & https://charge.cars