- ford and webasto unveiled this all-electric mustang at sema.
- it's powered by an 800-volt webasto battery and a dual-core electric motor that produces over 900 horsepower and more than 1000 lb-ft of torque.
- ford could be using this to build interest ahead of the mid-november reveal of its all-electric mustang-inspired crossover.
ford is preparing to unveil the all-electric mustang-inspired crossover, and now it is showing us something enticingly similar ahead of the november 17 release. 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.
the mustang lithium is powered by an 800-volt webasto battery and a phi-power dual-core electric motor with dual power inverters. ford claims that it produces more than 900 horsepower and more than 1000 lb-ft of torque. it also utilizes a getrag six-speed manual transmission to send the massive amounts of power to the wheels.
ford's performance track handling pack is installed with a strut tower brace and brembo six-piston front brakes straight from the gt350r. it looks similar to a standard mustang gt with ford's performance pack level 2 upgrade, though the mustang lithium sports custom carbon fiber side splitters and rear diffuser with a webasto hood and see-through polycarbonate windows. in addition to the body upgrades, this electric stang has a one-inch-lower stance and 20-inch staggered-width wheels mounted with michelin pilot sport 4s rubber.
the inside looks just like the production mustang, but this all-electric version is flooded with light-blue accents, and it features a 10.4-inch touchscreen. 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. four driving modes—valet, sport, track, and beast—are interchangeable via the touchscreen.
ford is clearly very invested in their electric future as they have already invested around $11.5 billion in these efforts. along with the mach e, the company plans to release an all-electric f-150 pickup in the coming years. we'll have all electric ford news for you when we have it including the all-electric mustang-inspired crossover, which debuts on november 17 ahead of the l.a. auto show.