Global Auto Manufacturer Ford has given a glimpse of its all-electric Mustang with a prototype dubbed as Mustang Lithium revealed today with a six-speed manual transmission. The sad part is that it will be available on display for just one week at the annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) trade show in Las Vegas.
The all-electric Ford Mustang Lithium is covered in light gray paint with electric blue details with a similar Mustang carbon-fiber body design, one-inch lowered stance and 20-inch staggered fitting forged wheels.
Ford Mustang Lithium is powered by a Phi-Power dual-core electric motor and dual power inverters powered by an 800-volt Webasto battery system with EVDrive Technology that generates more than 900 horsepower. The company has not revealed more details about the range, top speed, or size of the battery hopefully more details will be revealed at the show.
On the inside, you get a similar Mustang like luxurious interiors and it also features a vertically oriented 10.4-inch touchscreen in the dashboard which allows users to access other features like driving modes: Valet, Sport, Track and Beast.
Ford is investing heavily in electrified vehicles and by 2022, the company expects to release all-new Mustang-inspired fully electric SUV in 2020 with a range of 300 miles and an all-electric F-150 in a few years.