The “production-intent” version of Charge Cars’ electrified  Mustang is scheduled to make its global premiere at the inaugural Salon Privé London in a month’s time. Limited to only 499 units, the carbon-neutral Mustang is priced from £350 000 (R6 671 415,93). 


According to the firm, the hand-built, emissions-free Mustang uses cutting-edge technology to redefine the original, traditionally powered Fastback model from 1967. The EV’s bodyshell, which was given the ‘OK’ from Ford, and composite body panels minimise weight. 


The reimagined Mustang is endowed with a 64 kWh modular battery, couped with four electric motors. The quad-motor arrangement produces 400 kW and a whopping 1 500 Nm of torque, providing a claimed zero to 100 km/h sprint time of 3.9 seconds.

Power is sent to all four corners. The electric range is rated at 322 km. According to the London-based company, the electric Mustang retains the original’s muscle-car status. 

“We truly believe we have created something unique in the EV world. A brand-new, hand-built design icon that gives our customers a genuine emotional connection with their car. Cutting-edge technology, zero-emissions but now with heart and soul,” said Mark Roberts, chief creative officer of Charge Cars. “This is just the beginning for us at Charge Cars.”