New electric Ford Mustang from London-based Charge Cars
The new Electric Mustang from London-based Charge Cars wowed crowds at the recent Salon Privé event at the Royal Hospital Chelsea when it made its global premier. The Electric Mustang is a hand-built, zero emissions version of the iconic 1967 Fastback Mustang adored by car fans all over the world. Using cutting-edge technology, coupled to a new steel bodyshell and composite body panels to minimise weight, the Electric Mustang’s quad-motor configuration provides 536bhp, which serves up a 0-62mph time of just 3.9 seconds. The project even comes complete with the blessing of Ford.
Originally shown as a prototype in 2019, the production-intent version of the Electric Mustang is the culmination of six years’ work for Charge Cars, and the Salon Privé London event at the end of April was the first opportunity for the public to see the finished car and understand the bespoke options available. Prices will depend on the exact spec of each hand-built car, but don’t expect to see much change from £350,000.
Classic meets modern – the Electric Mustang