Ford is no newcomer to the world of electric cars, and soon, the automaker plans to offer an all-electric version of the Mustang. The automaker has already given us a good idea of what that green sports car might look like, thanks to the Ford Mustang Lithium prototype.
The Ford Mustang Lithium fastback made its debut at SEMA 2019 and had some pretty impressive specs to share. Under the hood, the Mustang Lithium has a Phi-Power dual-core electric motor that gets power from an 800-volt Webasto battery system and comes with special EVDrive Technology. This setup boasts over 900 horsepower and 1,000 lb-ft of torque.
There’s no delay to the pep and power of this engine, which is designed to weigh less than your average EV system. Plus, it uses a Calimer Getrag MT82 six-speed manual transmission that can shift up smoothly through the generous torque. Multiple drive modes offer a customizable flair to the ride, with settings that include Valet, Sport, Track, and the ever-appealing Beast Mode.
Ford rounded out the performance-oriented design with Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires, Forgeline wheels, Brembo brakes, and the Ford Performance Track Handling Pack.
While the Mustang Lithium is just a prototype, you can check out the classic Mustang at Nick Nicholas Ford.