The British Charge Cars for an upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed announces the promotion of the all electric version of the classic Ford Mustang.
This means that their Mustang has electromotors instead of the standard V8 gasoline (with a total of 400 kW/544 hp and 1200 Nm), while with one charging of 64 kWh batteries it can exceed 200 miles (322 km). Alternatively, the batteries can be charged in a quick DC DC 50 kW in just over an hour.
The car also has a four-wheel drive, and performance is concerned that the acceleration from 0 to 60 miles per hour (96 km/h) lasts 4 seconds and the highest speed is 240 km/h.
The plan is a series of 499 copies of this all electric Mustang (at a price of 300,000 pounds), with the announcement that the first delivery will start in September of this year.