U.K. firm wants to build 499 of these electric ’67 Mustangs
This re-imagined pony car from Charge Cars runs to 100 km/h from zero in 3.9 seconds—and costs $588,000
U.K. firm Charge Cars in mid-March unveiled the production version of its new ’67 Ford Mustang restomod — and it’s electric. The re-imagined pony car, first proposed by the company in 2019, represents its modern take on a classic, and a bold attempt to preserve the original car’s ethos while embracing the advancements in technology.
The Charge Cars Mustang may lack the drama of an internal-combustion engine, but a zero-to-96-km/h time of 3.9 seconds is nothing to sneeze at.