London-based technology startup Charge Cars makes all-electric versions of iconic classic cars with advanced electronic technology. They licensed the legendary look and feel of the 1960s Ford Mustang. Now, they’re adding a personalized digital user interface and ultimate electric performance.
Let’s look at the specs:
The engineers at work on the electric version of the 1967 Mustang Fastback have extensive luxury high-performance vehicle design experience. Their former projects include the Jaguar Land Rover and McLaren Automotive designs.
Now they aim to create fun, exciting vehicles with zero emissions.
With plans to produce only 499 Mustangs, the company is taking reservations for the cars priced starting at £350,000.
It’s an interesting business model. With scarcity built in, the company brands itself as a technology firm rather than a manufacturer.
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