There is a massive global following for classic muscle vehicles. Popularity has skyrocketed thanks to the widespread use of these vehicles in Hollywood action movies. Ford Mustangs from the 1960s and 1970s, Dodge Chargers, and Chevrolet Chevelles and Camaros from the same era are the class leaders among these classic muscle cars.

It’s every auto guy’s fantasy to have a garage full of well-maintained classic muscle cars. The idea of owning one of these vehicles with a completely blank odometer reading is laughable on its face. There is one thing we can say with certainty before we go any further: these cars, in brand new format, will soon be available for sale. Still, it doesn’t have the rumble and growl of a tired V8. Yes, a company called Charge Cars located in the United Kingdom has released a modernized version of the 1967 Ford Mustang. Charge Cars teamed up with Arrival, an EV technology startup, Roborace, an artificial intelligence racing platform, and tire manufacturer Michelin to recreate the classic muscle car.

The electric powertrain in this vintage-styled luxury muscle car generates 536 horsepower, and it is supported by a 62 kilowatt-hour battery pack. It has DC quick charging capability and a range of 200 miles.

The production run of the electric Mustang is strictly capped to 499 units, and each one comes with a licensed replica of Ford’s original Mustang’s steel body. The body panels of Charge Cars are created by Arrival using a durable but lightweight composite material. Arrival also creates all of the hardware for its EVs, such as the drivetrain, gearbox, and inverters.

Interior is contemporary with touch screen interface, premium seats and soft padded surfaces. The electric Mustang by Charge Cars are available for reservation at a base price of USD 460,000/-