This all-electric Mustang rolling out at SEMA even.
Webasto and Ford created an all-electric Mustang called the Mustang Lithium to promote the future of Ford’s electrification efforts on the popular muscle car.
Ford installed Performance Monitoring Handling Package with strut tower brace and six-piston Brembo front brakes directly from GT350R. Car body is also installed the Mustang Lithium sports custom carbon fiber side splitters and rear diffuser with a Webasto hood. There is also see-through polycarbonate windows. It looks like a standard Mustang GT with Ford’s tier 2 performance pack upgrade. This electric Stang has a one-inch-lower stance. Besides 20-inch staggered-width wheels mounted with Michelin Pilot Sport 4S rubber.
The inside, This all-electric version has a black cabin with accents of light blue trim. It features a 10.4-inch touchscreen. Through the touchscreen, the driving mode announcement is interchangeable. It’s the Valet, Sport, Track, and Beast modes. The touchscreen in this one-off electric muscle car could be foreshadowing the bigger screens Ford has already said it’s rolling out in future product, and certainly we could see one in the upcoming all-electric crossover.
The Mustang Lithium is powered by an 800-volt Webasto battery and a Phi-Power dual-core electric motor with dual power inverters. It produces more than 900 horsepower and more than 1000 lb-ft of torque. Getrag 6-speed manual gearbox sends a great power to the wheels.
This car is a testament to Ford’s serious investment in electric vehicles.
Ford spent about $11.5 billion to invest in this effort. Along with the Mach E, the company plans to release an all-electric F-150 pickup in the coming years.