The electric reincarnation of the iconic car has a lot of outstanding characteristics, but the developers have not yet provided any exact figures.
Ford presented its Mustang Lithium electric concept car at SEMA. The car inherited the aggressive style of the old Mustang, but got a huge boost in capacity thanks to its electric transmission. An interesting feature of the model is its manual gearbox typically used in drag racing.
The iconic model was electrified by Ford in collaboration with Webasto, and the 900 hp engine was developed by Phi-Power.
The company’s engineers promise a “stunning acceleration”, although they have not yet provided any specific figures as to how long it will take the new Mustang to accelerate to 100 km per hour.
The electric car’s battery can be connected to an 800V charging station. It provides a fairly high charging speed: the battery charges up to 80% in a little over 20 minutes.
To control the vehicle's on-board systems, a 10.4-inch display is installed inside the car.
A manufacturer of mostly hybrid vehicles, Ford is now increasingly focusing on all-electric models. Last year, the company decided to invest $11 billion in the development of 16 new electric cars.
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