Introduced the world’s first fully electric Ford BroncoApril 22, 2019
Los Angeles-based engineering firm Zero Labs Automotive will launch a small batch of classic Ford Bronco restos with an electric powerplant. The body panels of the SUV will be made of carbon fiber, and in the interior trim panels will be made of natural wood. The estimated price of the car will be 250 thousand dollars
The world’s first all-electric Ford Bronco is built on a frame welded by the method of gas-carbon arc welding. The “cart” is equipped with adjustable Fox dampers, Currie front and rear differentials, Brembo brake system with six-piston calipers. SUV body panels are made of carbon fiber; the gaps are four millimeters, and the quality of painting corresponds to the level of exhibition cars.
The electric Bronco is powered by a 275-kilowatt BorgWarner motor (374 power and 240 Nm of torque) powered by a 70-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery. Mileage per charge – 306 kilometers. The electric motor is combined with a five-step manual transmission. Drive – plug full.
In the decoration of the cabin, preserving the architecture of the original machine, used panels of hazel or bamboo. Upholstery can be made of genuine or artificial leather. The instrument panel is fully digital. It is possible to update the power unit control unit, batteries and control system software. Zero Labs Automotive is already now proposing to reserve one of the 150 SUVs. Make a deposit is not required.
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