Presented electric wagon Ford Mustang sample 1965November 24, 2019
The team of designers Abimelec Design published on its page on the social network Facebook the image of the electric station wagon Ford Mustang. When creating their renderings, the guys used exterior elements from the recently introduced Ford Mustang Mach-E crossover.
A couple of days ago, the official presentation of the all-electric Ford Mustang Mach-E crossover took place. This new product from Ford not only boasts the most advanced technologies that the automaker has at its disposal, but also received the legendary name “Mustang”.
Previously, if you hear the phrase Ford Mustang, it wasn’t impossible to make a mistake – it was definitely a two-door sports coupe, with a powerful gasoline engine under the hood. But now you can’t say so for sure.
Artists from the Abimelec Design team decided to present, but what if the idea of creating a “Mustang” with an electric power plant would have come to the minds of engineers of the American automaker back in 1965? Meet the Ford Mustang station wagon and electric motor under the hood.
Independent designers posted their work on their official page on the social network Facebook. A virtual car, or rather an electric car, received the designation Ford Mustang Mach-4 (after all, the original concept from Ford was called that). By the way, instead of a fully electric powertrain, a concept that never got to mass production received a modified engine from the British Lotus. It is reported that when creating the electric version of the 1965 Ford Mustang, exterior elements from the current Mustang Mach-E crossover were used.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the rare 1966 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350H will be auctioned off. In total, 1,001 such cars were produced at one time, but only 800 of them received the Raven Black body with Le Mans gold stripes.
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