[YesAuto Wonderful Car Life] Everyone is familiar with the Ford Mustang, but have you seen an electric one? Recently, American electric car manufacturer Charge Cars has launched an electric car based on the first-generation Ford Mustang, which will be sold in limited quantities.
This electric Mustang is based on the shape of the first-generation Ford Mustang. Of course, Charge Cars has been authorized by Ford. In addition to replacing the original V8 engine with an electric motor, the car has also been changed to a rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive mode. At the same time, a lot of electronic equipment has been added to the interior, such as the Tesla-style super-large medium. Control screen.
Powering this electric motor is a 64-kilowatt-hour battery pack. The official said that the maximum power and torque that the system can generate are 544 horsepower (ps) and 1199 N·m, which can be completed in 3.99 seconds. With an acceleration of 100 km/h, the top speed can reach 247 km/h, which is much faster than the speed of the first-generation Mustang. The cruising range can reach 332 kilometers when the battery is fully charged.
In terms of appearance, compared with the first-generation Mustang, the electric version has a raised hood, a huge air intake grille and a spoiler at the rear, making it even more vicious. It is reported that the car will make its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July and will be sold in a limited number of 499 units. At present, Charge Cars official website has started the pre-order business of the electric Mustang, with a starting price of US$260,145. Customers can upgrade the vehicle and determine the final transaction price. (Guo Song, Home of Wen Auto)