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Discussion in 'Front Page Articles' started by SID297, Nov 6, 2019.
Yep, I’d drive it too.
I would rock one all day long but concept vehicles and what hits the showroom are often 2 different things
Where does the electricity come from? Since electric cars are all about being green.
Does it come with nice external speakers to play different speed-synced engine sounds?
(4.6L, Boss9, 5.0L)
Uhm, nope... never, uh uh.
Depends on where you are. In a lot of the country you’d be riding around in a coal powered Mustang.
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Does anyone know if there will be retrofit options for older Mustangs?
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I wonder how it drives with a stick.
I’m thinking golf cart with a manual and can’t compute.
Will take one with DRs!
Crazy torque and HP and a manual tranny, but you cant get that in a new GT500 ?! I'll take one.
I suspect this is Ford's way of getting the enthusiast market interested in electric cars.
So in the future instead of a Coyote swap into a '65, we'll have a (gulp) battery swap?
The end of civilization as we know it
How many selections for the muffler sounds?
LOL, can't argue with those levels of performance.
I would love to kick some 2020 GT500 ass with this!
I'm in. Take my money.
Because of AWD !!!
Pretty impressive numbers. I would take one . 300 kms on a battery that would work for me
Tesla most likely has plans to lease this infrastructure out to the other companies
Yeah and all of that massive torque is available immediately regardless of the vehicle’s actual speed. No waiting for the electric motor to reach its power band. Just stab the voltage controller and hang on !