The Ford Mustang from 1967 is restarted.
A new British automaker named Charge is now selling a battery-powered version of the classic American sports car. The company has teamed up with another startup called Arrival, which has developed an electric delivery van. In the Coupe of Charge, an officially approved aftermarket body is mixed with a 64-kilowatt-hour battery and four electric motors that combine a muscle-like 469 hp and 885 lb-ft of torque.
Fee claims that the four-wheel-drive car can accelerate to 60 mph in less than four seconds and cover 200 miles per charge. You can also switch to rear-wheel drive when burnouts and drifts are more your thing.
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The interior features a modern interpretation of the legendary Mustang with two eyebrows and features a digital dashboard instrument cluster with a large infotainment screen in portrait format that hangs between the seats above the empty space, which usually has a transmission tunnel.
What does not exist is a pony-car style prize. The high-tech creation costs the equivalent of $ 380,000, although it is currently not available in the US.
However, this seems to be the usual price for retro-electric Mustangs. A Russian company called Aviar Motors recently unveiled a similar concept based on a $ 395,000 Tesla Model S platform.
Batch limits production to 499 cars and will present its first production model at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on July 4th.
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