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Charge Cars Can Now Build 1967 Ford Mustang Body Components

Back in June of 2019, a UK-based company called Charge Cars revealed a pretty interesting concept at the Goodwood Festival of Speed – a 1967 Ford Mustang EV built using officially licensed body shells. A few months later, the company revealed more details about this electrified classic, and added former McLaren exec Mark Roberts to its staff as well. Charge’s all-electric 1967 Ford Mustang was officially revealed in production form in March 2022, and now, the company has announced that it has gained a license from FoMoCo that will enable it to legally build new shells and body panels for that particular model.

Charge Automotive 1967 Ford Mustang EV - Exterior 002 - Rear Three Quarters

This is significant as it means that Charge will be able to create its own 1967 Ford Mustang parts from scratch rather than having to buy them from a third party. In terms of looks, Charge’s Mustang EV certainly retains much of the original charm present in the classic pony car, but has been modernized a bit with a closed-off front grille, LED headlights, flush-mounted door handles, Charge badging, and unique wheels, which enhance the vintage fastback design with a bit of a Shelby look to it.

Charge Automotive 1967 Ford Mustang EV - Interior 002

The interior, on the other hand, is a completely different animal, as it looks nothing like a 1960s Mustang or anything from that vintage, really. Instead, the modern cabin touts a large infotainment screen, a digital instrument cluster, a push-button shifter, a three-spoke steering wheel, and heavily bolstered seats, along with the familiar black “double hump” dash that’s become a Mustang tradition.

Charge Automotive 1967 Ford Mustang EV - Interior 001

The bigger news, of course, is what powers this futuristic ride, and that’s two electric motors driving all four wheels that provide a combined 536 horsepower and 1,106 pound-feet of torque, feeding off a 64 kWh battery pack. Charge says that the electric pony car will do 0-60 in around 3.9 seconds, can achieve 200 miles on a single charge, and it’s also 50 kW DC fast charging capable. However, Charge is only planning on building 499 total units, with a steep starting price of £350,000 (around $460k USD).

Charge Automotive 1967 Ford Mustang EV - Exterior 003 - Rear Three Quarters

“We are thrilled to combine the luxury EV car expertise of Charge Cars with the heritage and engineering eminence of Ford to recreate an uncompromising, zero-emissions, classic icon,” said Charge CEO and co-founder Vadim Shagaleev. “We believe the ’67 is a whole new class of EV.”

We’ll have more on the Charge Mustang EV soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Mustang news and non-stop  Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. John

    Even if it had a supercharged V8, that’s about $360k too expensive. As an EV, it’s undesirable.

    1. Ryan

      If the car is basically just a toy (which this is), I can see some appeal to electric. Don’t have to worry about maintaining an engine that doesn’t run much. Just jump in and go. And the range doesn’t matter since you’re probably just messing around in town.

      However, like you said, regardless of what’s under the hood that price is just outrageous.

    2. Kris

      I’m in total agreement. Plus to electrify that model come on. The whole point was to hear that engine sing not just ride around in a noiseless car. Please stop this electric nonsense. No-one is begging for it, it’s being shoved down our throats.

  2. Bob

    Going to be interesting watching this company go belly up!
    Of course you will have a few fools that will buy one just for bragging rights, but most likely they will be in a showroom soaking up UV rays. LOL

  3. Erica

    I’m sorry to say this ITS A WASTE OF A GOOD CAR. Don’t mess with the classics, leave them alone. If someone gave me a car like this I would be taking out all of the electrical crap and putting in all old school stuff. Once a classic always a classic. Leave the past in the past when I comes to a car.


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