The British startup Charge Cars presents a fully electric version of the 1960 Ford Mustang, developed in cooperation with the electric truck manufacturer Arrival. 499 units of the classic redesign will be built, going for a price starting at £200,000.
The fully electric Mustang is technically an apt homage to the Ford classic, with a 300 kW electric motor powering the vehicle from 0 to 100 kph in about three seconds. The battery pack has a 64 kWh capacity and supports 50 kW fast charging. Range is expected to be around 200 km.
The Charge Electric Mustang is already available for pre-order for a £5,000 deposit, but it won’t be shipped until September 2019.
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