The blacked-out, 1967-style Mustang fastback features a 536-hp (400-kW) electric powertrain spinning all four wheels for up to 200 miles (322 km). The prototype will make its debut at next month's Goodwood Festival of Speed.
No matter how many times we've seen it on the likes of the Renovo Shelbyand Jaguar E-Zero, there's just something tantalizing about vintage car styling melding with cutting-edge electric powertrain technology. And Charge seems to agree.
"We redefine great classic cars with advanced electric technology while preserving their iconic design," the automaker lays out on it website. "We believe in an emission-free future while giving ultimate performance to epic auto legends."
Charge starts off with an officially licensed Mustang shell before adding in some updates to make it look every bit as mean as the 5,530 lb-ft (7,498 Nm) of torque at the wheels. It stacks up a massive two-level grille, drops in some modern lighting, and drenches every curve and crease in a silky black suit fit for a hitman.