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Charge Cars create brand new, hand-built Electric Mustangs

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Charge Cars create brand new, hand-built Electric Mustangs

Only 499 brand-new electric Mustangs available for reservation

We are currently taking reservations for a limited series of only 499 brand-new electric 1960’s Mustangs. The officially licensed shells preserve the classic design and styling of the legendary Ford Mustang.

The luxury bespoke interiors, rich in ambience and detail, provide a modern high-end driving experience for connoisseurs of speed and technology. Equipped with state-of-the-art components and a personalised digital interface, these classic vehicles are back to cutting edge once again.

The price for this model starts at £350,000 and varies upon options and accessories included.

64 kWh

Battery Capacity

50 kW

DC Charging

200 mi

Range

3.9 sec

0 — 60 mph

400 kW

Peak Power

1500 Nm

Motor Torque

AiWD

Drive

 

Technology

Our vehicles are built using core components from our partner Arrival

Digital Interface

Battery Packs

Power Electronics

Motors

Buy yours

The price for this model starts at
£350,000
and varies upon options and accessories included

Company

Charge Cars is a British company based in London. Our team has extensive experience in the development of luxury and high performance vehicles. Our engineers contributed to various projects for McLaren Automotive, Jaguar Land Rover and F1 Racing Teams. Moreover, we are passionate about eternal automobile classics!

We redefine great classic cars with advanced electric technology while preserving their iconic design. We believe in an emission-free future while giving ultimate performance to epic autolegends.

We work in close collaboration with recognised industry leaders like EV technology company Arrival, the world’s first AI racing platform Roborace and tyre manufacturer Michelin. That brings to our products the most advanced technologies and components including motors, power electronics, battery systems, intelligent software and stunning user interfaces.