Aug 27, 2021 - 02:19 pm

Ford announces electric conversion motor

Ford Performance has announced an electric crate motor designed to make EV conversions easy. Dubbed Eluminator, it will be unveiled at the annual SEMA show in Las Vegas this autumn. The electric motor itself comes from the Ford Mustang Mach-E GT can be ordered online for 3,900 US dollars.

At first, not much is known about the electric crate motor yet, as the automaker didn’t provide much detail and has only published renderings of the motor. The name is a play on the Aluminator name Ford has used for certain V-8 crate engines over the years.


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With the reveal that the motor comes from the Mustang Mach-E GT, we can confirm that the electric drive system has the following specs: A Peak power value of 210 kW is coupled with a peak torque of 430 Nm (317 lb/ft). This allows for a maximum peed of 13,800 rpm and makes for a total weight of 93 kg, or 205 lbs., via


10 Kommentare zu “Ford announces electric conversion motor

  1. Glenn shaver

    I have a 1966 failane stationwagon I want to convert can you please help me

    • Charles

      Hi. I have a 1995 e350 econoline LTX with an e40d transmission. Will this electric motor work in my vehicle. I have a 5.8L V-8 currently.

  2. Amar Iqbal Singh Ghaley

    Keen to know more about the Motor

  3. Shaun Sites

    Would love to drop that into a 1995 to 1999 Mustang Gt body.Wonder if it would bolt up to the T56 though……

    • That Guy

      why do you want a transmission?

  4. Scott hanft

    This will work great in my 2012 mustang v6. I’m interested!

  5. Keith

    Will this work in my 65 mustang 6 cylinder automatic

  6. Les Myers

    I have a 77 ford Ltd 351 how much for a kit to convert to electric in Australia

  7. John Scarpelli

    Is electric engine available for 2002 ford e350
    Please advise
    Thank u

  8. Thomas J Gondek

    Can this new EV motor be used in converting my 2020 Eco boost Mustang. Or is it possible to covert the 2020 Mustang to EV….what a great idea that would be….any thoughts and/or suggestions appreciated. SEMA would be the place to be for the unveiling….cheers all.

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