Electric Mustangs are seemingly in vogue. After already companies like Charge Automotive give a "real" Mustang an electric heart now comes Aviar Motors from Russia with the aviar R67 around the corner. It should be manufactured with the permission of Ford with the look of the 1967er Ford Mustang Fastback and come with two electric motors. The key data sound quite convincing. 840 PS and an acceleration of only 2,2 seconds at 100 km / h make the original look old. This is made possible by a built-in four-wheel drive and an 100-kWh battery, which should also allow a range of up to 500 km. The legendary Mustang body is made entirely of carbon and aluminum and thus compensates for the heavy electric motors and the large battery.
Aviar Motors R67 with over 800 PS
Further highlights of the Aviar Motor R67 are adjustable air suspension, 20 inch forged wheels, a performance brake system, a state-of-the-art interior with a 17-inch touchscreen and a rear spoiler that extends depending on the speed. We are curious whether this vehicle will actually be implemented. In view of the virtual images and the first technical key data, it would be an interesting project. In the end, of course, the purchase price and reliability will be decisive. If we receive timely information about news about the R67, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed about this if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
(Photos: Aviar Motors)
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Aviar Motors R67 should get 840 PS
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