The fully electric Ford Mustang Lithium has been revealed at the SEMA show in Las Vegas.
Developed through a collaboration between Ford and Webasto, the Mustang Lithium is described as “an ultra-high-performance battery electric Mustang fastback prototype.”
Under the hood sits a Phi-Power dual-core electric motor and dual power inverters – all powered by an 800-volt Webasto battery system with EVDrive Technology that can discharge a megawatt of electrical energy.
Ford says, at 800 volts, the Mustang Lithium packs twice the voltage of most electric cars on the road today.
In terms of outputs, the system produces 670kW of power and a whopping 1355Nm of torque, which stateside translates to 900 horsepower and 1000 foot-pound of torque.
Aside from the high power output, most enthusiasts will be pleased to see the six-speed manual transmission. According to Ford, the gearbox is a drag-strip proven Calimer-version of the Getrag MT82 six-speed transmission with billet internals to handle the huge amount of torque.
Power goes to the rear wheels through a heavy-duty Torsen differential and Ford Performance half shafts.
Other features include carbon-fibre body components, 20-inch staggered forged wheels wearing Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tyres, Ford Performance’s Track Handling Pack and strut tower brace and Brembo six-piston front brakes from the Shelby GT350R.
There’s also a unique set of drive modes that apply a controlled amount of torque for different driving situations including Valet, Sport, Track and Beast, which are available via a custom 10.4-inch touchscreen display.
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