There will only be 499. This is the promise made by Charge Cars regarding the production of the ’67, a new 100% electric car whose design is proudly inspired by that of the Ford Mustang released the same year. On the menu: a 63 kWh battery to last up to around 320 km, with a maximum power of 400 kW and 0 to 100 in 3.9 seconds. By way of comparison, the Tesla Roadster offers two seconds less on the clock, with an autonomy almost three times longer. The price is not the same either: it will cost 450,000 dollars for the ’67, against two to three times less for the Roadster.
With this, the Charge Cars brand offers a system of four wheel drive allowing you to slide down the asphalt in complete safety. On the design side, buyers will be treated to a carbon fiber body and leather seats. Particular attention thus seems to have been paid to the passenger compartment, also with an imposing dashboard which can manage the GPS, the heating of the seats or even the interior temperature and the air conditioning circuits. In terms of functionality, there is also a support for charging your mobile phone wirelessly. Most premium mobiles are compatible today, such as the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Not until next year
Although the vehicle has already proven itself at the motor show, owners will not receive it before 2023. The creators of the racing car explain that they will continue development until the end of next year. Under the hood, there are no less than four motors, while electric car manufacturers are most often content to offer only one or two. In the end, these are so 536 horsepower waiting for drivers who can get their hands on this nugget.
For now, it’s the american market who is targeted. If you want to pre-order the beast, just fill out a form here (click INQUIRE) by filling in your contact details and your city of residence.
Customers who wish to buy the ’67 have the choice between several colors for the cabin: black, white, blue, gold, gray or even green are in the game. The manufacturer explains customize the product on demand in studios based a few minutes from Heathrow airport (London), with the possibility of discovering the result as if you were there thanks to a virtual reality headset.