Charge Car’s All-Electric Mustang Is More Powerful Than The Original

Charge Car has released their take on the classic Ford Mustang, bringing forth a limited-edition all-electric version that’s churning out 536 horsepower.

The prototype of the startup’s latest electric car has been set to debut at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, according to CNET. It features an officially licensed shell meant to “preserve the classic design and styling of the legendary Ford Mustang.”

The car’s components are made by EV tech company Arrival with the V-8 getting replaced by two electric motors that allow for all-wheel drive by producing 536 hp, 800 lbf.ft of torque. It is powered by a 64-kWh battery with a driving range of 200 miles and 50-kW DC fast charging. The cabin incorporates the sleek retro exterior and brings a more modern twist with a large touchscreen tablet on the dash that assists drivers in toggling between all- and rear-wheel drive, as well as the drive and suspension style. 

Charge CEO Vadim Shagaleev has stated that the fully electric Mustang is built on “immense passion—from our love of preserving iconic design to our belief in an emission-free future.”

The Charge Mustang is limited to just 499 units, with the prices starting at £300,000 (about $380,000). 


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