These Electric 469HP AWD 1960s Mustangs Are Ford-Approved

Jun 24, 2019

Category: Rides

Toward the tail end of last year, a British company by the name of Charge Automotive made a big, bold announcement: they were to be building a limited-edition run of officially-licensed, all-electric Ford Mustangs. Well now, they’re set to be unveiled to the public in person for the first time at this year’s Goodwood Festival Of Speed. And, simply put, they’re magnificent.

Plenty of what Charge promised with their first announcement remains — including spot-on 1960s pony car styling, an all-electric powertrain, and an extremely limited number available (only 499). But there have also been a few noteworthy changes since then. For instance, the batteries are now good for a total of 200 miles per charge (up from 124) and the dual-motor powertrain is good for a combined 469 horsepower. Pair that with a whopping 885 foot-pounds of torque, all-wheel-drive, and a slew of tech-focused cabin features and these lightning-powered pony cars are shaping up to be even more special than we first thought. Pricing starts at $382,000.

Purchase: $382,000+

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