Ford ponders Mustang electric coupeDecember 12, 2019
Seeing the incredible success of the new Musant Mach-e crossover, the company is considering launching a new generation of the classic Mustang. At the moment, the company is working towards hybridization of the current version.
More recently, the American concern introduced its truly first electric car – the Musant Mach-e crossover. The model was developed from scratch, and is not a remake of the current platform. In addition, the use of the legendary name caused a real storm of discussion.
At the premiere of the electric crossover, Ford President Joe Hinrix said there will be no electric version of the classic Mustang. At least for the foreseeable future. Despite this, new information has now appeared on the Web that the company is already considering the possibility of releasing an all-electric Ford Mustang coupe.
It is likely that the future generation is being considered. As a modern platform may not be suitable for complete electrification. But he is already actively working on a hybrid version of this model in the current generation.
Another confirmation was the concept presented at the SEMA exhibition. The Mustang Lithium EV model, developed in collaboration with Webasto, received an all-electric installation with a capacity of up to 900 “horses” and 1,350 Nm of torque.
Unfortunately, something concrete cannot be said now. But rumors cannot appear from scratch, which means that you can expect an electric Mustang with a high degree of probability.
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