‘Charge Cars’, a British start-up is gearing up to debut the all-electric Mustang built by them for the Goodwood Festival of Speed which is scheduled from 4th July – 7th July 2019. The Charge Cars electric Mustang will be displayed for the public at the Supercar Paddock and won’t be making a run at the Hill-Climb.
The Charge Cars electric Mustang is powered by a pair of electric motors coupled to a 64 kWh battery pack that produces a combined output of 476 HP of power and 1,200 Nm of torque and the drivetrain is a smart all-wheel-drive system which is capable of sending 100% power to the rear wheels. The Charge Cars Mustang can sprint from 0-100 kmph in under 4 seconds. The battery can be charged using a 50 kW DC fast charger and the car can deliver a range of about 322 km.
On the interiors, the Charge Cars Mustang features a centrally placed vertically-oriented, tesla like, touchscreen infotainment system and other creature comfort features. On the exterior, the electric Mustang retains its classic 60’s design philosophy but at the same time gets modern features such as LED headlights and taillights but obviously miss out on the exhaust pipes which give away the fact that there is no internal combustion engine inside.
Charge Cars use officially licensed 1960’s Ford Mustang body shells and then equip it with electrical components. The company is going to produce only 499 examples of this all-electric Mustang it be priced at GBP 300,000.