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Charge 1967 Ford Mustang is All-Electric Sex on Wheels

The latest to come out of the Charge Cars in Britain is easily their greatest creation yet. An all-electric 1967 Ford Mustang sporting an officially licensed shell and all the EV gizmos that finally add a touch of reliability to an otherwise gorgeous piece of kit. There are a few caveats, however, including a ridiculously expensive $600,000 AUD price tag, a maximum range of only 200-miles, and 50kW DC charging. Want one? Better get your name down quick, the Charge Mustang is limited to just 499 units and Tyrese probably bought half of them already.

Charge Mustang Specifications
Battery capacity 64kWh
DC charging 50kW
0-60mph 3.9-seconds
Power 400kW
Torque 1500Nm
Drive type AiWD

Related: Just last week, VW revived the world-famous Kombi Van for an all-electric future.

Charge mustang side angle

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The 1967 Ford Mustang is arguably the most iconic muscle car of all time and Charge Cars looks to change everything but the exterior design on this all-electric number. Starting with the “officially licensed shell” the vehicle aims to preserve the classic design and styling of the legendary Ford Mustang while adding a few carbon-less kilowatts in the process – 400kW to be exact.

Powering the Charge Mustang are motors, batteries and other components from partner Arrival (who’s been working with Uber). The concept of drop-in EV swaps has been floated ever since the arrival of the Tesla Model S, however, companies such as Charge Cars are leading the pack with efficient solutions. Images below outline just how compact these components are and hint at the future of vintage EV conversions. While we’d argue special models and motors from vehicles like the Chevrolet Chevelle SS should be left alone, heritage Mustangs are dying for a new lease on life, and we’re not talking about LS conversions here.

Impressive in its own right is the interior that features “bespoke” options with rich details and modern applications including a Tesla-style centre screen that we could really do without in a vintage car like this. Prices for the EV start from a whopping £350,000 ($600,000 AUD), however, could increase depending on specification. At that price, we’d expect to see them plenty on the streets of LA.

Check it out

Dashboard

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Charge mustang interior

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Charge mustang seats

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Charge mustang steering wheel

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Front seats

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Charge mustang parcel tray

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Charge mustang interior screen

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Motor

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Battery

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Ben McKimm

Ben lives in Sydney, Australia. He has a Bachelor's Degree (Media, Technology and the Law) from Macquarie University (2020). Outside of his studies, he has spent the last decade heavily involved in the automotive, technology and fashion world. Turning his passion and expertise into a Journalist position at Man of Many where he continues to write about everything that interests the modern man. Conducting car reviews on both the road and track, hands-on reviews of cutting-edge technology and employing a vast knowledge in the space of fashion and sneakers to his work. One day he hopes to own his own brand.