The 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Reimagined, Electrified

A limited-edition revival of the 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback – only 499 of them –  has been launched. The company behind the reimagination of this iconic vehicle is Charge Cars, a London-based tech company that has immense know-how in developing high-end vehicles, having worked with likes of McLaren Automotive, Jaguar Land Rover and F1 racing teams.

The company works closely with EV tech company, Arrival, the world’s first AI racing platform, Roborace, and tyre manufacturer, Michelin.

Now, back to the car. The shell is licensed officially and preserves the classic lines and shape that still has generations of car enthusiasts enraptured. Bespoke interior and sleek bucket seats are but two of the premium touches found throughout the car.

Mark Roberts, the studio head, says that this offering is no mere restomod, but “a brand-new electric Mustang, completely redefined” and built from scratch.

The engine has been replaced with a 536hp electric motor capable of going from 0-60mph in 3.9 seconds and produces 1500Nm of torque! The car boasts a range of 200 miles and its DC fast-charging capabilities allows its 62 kWh battery pack to charge from 20 to 80 percent in an hour.

If you’re looking to add one of the most iconic designs in automotive history to your garage, but with an all-electric motor coupled with state-of-the-art technology and the latest safety systems, the price starts from 350,000.00 pounds (that’s RM1.9 million) and that’s before duties, taxes, options and accessories. They, of course, encourage all their customers to personalise the car to their own taste.

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