Aviar R67 All-Electric Muscle Car

Dec 17, 2018

Category: Rides

There was a time when manufacturers believed that a car with an all-electric powertrain had to look futuristic in its design — and that usually resulted in very ugly vehicles. Thankfully, that time has come and gone. Finally, folks are imbuing iconic styling into these modern mechanical marvels — as is the case with the Aviar R67 all-electric muscle car.

Obviously, this vehicle borrows its styling cues from an American icon, the 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback — and, frankly, it’s gorgeous. But that classic appearance betrays a futuristic power plant: a quartet of in-wheel electric motors that are good for an immensely impressive combined 840 horsepower, giving it the ability to hit 0-62 in just 2.2 seconds with a top speed of over 155 mph. That’s bolstered by a range of 315 miles per charge, carbon fiber bodywork over a rigid and lightweight aluminum frame, and a rear electronic spoiler that deploys at speeds over 75 mph to improve downforce. Pair that with a tech-forward plush interior and this impressive ride looks to be the perfect blend of both yesterday and tomorrow. Let’s just hope the Russian brand can put it into production.

Learn More: Aviar

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