Classic Ford Bronco turned into a 600-horsepower electric carMarch 15, 2020
Zero Labs Automotive introduced the Ford Bronco SUV in retro style, but with a modern electric filling.
The young company Zero Labs Automotive from California has prepared an unusual remake for fans of the classic first-generation Ford Bronco (1966-1977).
Externally, the car retained the classic features of the original Bronco. Buyers can choose between a steel or carbon body.
The basic version is equipped with a 300-horsepower (220 kW) electric motor, which develops a torque of 330 Nm. The drive is carried out on back wheels.
The top model is offered with two electric motors with a total capacity of 600 hp, each of which provides rotation of its own pair of wheels, and as an option one of the motors can be turned off. Power for electric motors is provided by a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 70 kWh.
In addition, the car has an independent adaptive suspension of all wheels, a braking energy recovery system, fast charging and is able to overcome up to 305 km.
For a model with a steel body Zero Labs Automotive asks for $ 185,000, and a model with a carbon body will cost at least $ 240,000. With a full set of options, the price of a carbon Bronco can reach $ 400,000. The first cars will go to customers at the end of this year.
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