Ford built this 900hp electric Mustang to prove EVs can be muscle cars

There may be a hybrid Mustang coming, but Ford’s legendary pony car has gone all-electric for a custom SEMA 2019 vision of what a performance EV could deliver. Unveiled today at the Las Vegas show, the Mustang Lithium is the fruit of a collaboration between Ford and Webasto, packing more than 1,000 lb-ft of torque to play with.

Outside, the Mustang Lithium looks much like its gasoline counterpart. Ford did add new Sankuer Composite Technologies side splitters and a rear diffuser, though, along with custom carbon fiber body components. There’s also a Webasto hood with embedded polycarbonate windows so that you can see what’s driving the beast.

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