London’s Charge Automotive is preparing to rock the world with its new modified stealthy, all-electric classic Mustang. This new modified blacked-out, 1967-style Mustang fastback features a 536-hp electric powertrain spinning all four wheels for up to 200 miles (322 km). The prototype will make its debut at next month’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.
The all-wheel-drive and with plenty of tech-focused cabin features makes the car work waiting. On the other hand, the pricing starts at $382,000.
Charge’s Electric Classic Mustang
Coming to the description, the officially licensed Mustang looks every bit as mean as the 5,530 lb-ft of torque at the wheels. While, talking about the exterior, it loads up a massive two-level grille, drops in some modern lighting. It appears that it soaks every curve and crease in a silky black suit.
Besides the exterior look beauty, inside, charge brings the classic Mustang into the modern era. The interior is decorated with a tuxedo-like black-and-white motif, glossy carbon trim. Alongside these, the car has a fully digital interface with oval instrument screen and tablet-style center display. On the other hand, with alteration, luggage deck replaces the cramped seats in back.
According to the company, We redefine great classic cars with advanced electric technology while preserving their iconic design,” the automaker lays out on it website. “We believe in an emission-free future while giving ultimate performance to epic auto legends.”
For this electric classic Mustang, the real the real innovation appears in engine. The company has exchanged in an electric motor at each wheel, which enable it to reach 0 to 60 mph (96.5 km/h) in 4 seconds. Besides that the power leads it to reach the top speed of 149 mph (240 km/h). The 64-kWh battery packs delivers up to 200 miles (322 km) of driving between charges