Electric 1967 Ford Mustang Lookalike Has 840 HP and 315 Miles of Range
It'll also allegedly do zero to 60 miles per hour in just 2.2 seconds.
Russian startup Aviar Motors has announced plans of building first-generation Ford Mustang lookalikes with all-electric powertrains, making an enormous 840 horsepower and over 700 pound-feet of torque.
The yet-to-be-built concept will purportedly use an aluminum chassis with carbon fiber bodywork, modeled after the ultra-popular 1967 fastback version of the pony car. However, the appearance is the only element that will be patterned after the Ford production model — you won’t pop the hood and find a carbureted gasoline engine, that's for sure.
Two electric motors are said to power the all-wheel-drive R67 Mustang, with one placed on each axle. The combined output of the battery-propelled units will give the EV more than a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat in both the horsepower and torque departments, helping it to reach 60 miles per hour in an expected 2.2 seconds.