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July 21, 2020

By: Sinjin

CARS

Prepare to change your perception of the Mustang Mach-E

By now we’ve all heard of the incredible acceleration that electric vehicles are capable of. Even with all of that power ready the instant you press that pedal, there still has been some hesitation on the driving experience of these all electric vehicles. The Mustang Mach-E has set out to be different than the rest.

 

Coming right off the heels of their slam dunk 2021 Bronco announcement, Ford has been hatching some pretty impressive ideas during the quarantine. In collaboration with RTR Vehicles, Ford has created a one-off 1400hp 7 motor Mustang Mach-E that can shred tires with the best of them. Professional fun haver Vaughn Gittin Jr. gets behind the wheel and puts it to the test up against some of the most notable Ford vehicles and drivers on any track.

With 7 motors, 3 attached to the front differential and 4 attached to the rear, controlling all the incredible power was a challenge for the team.The chassis and powertrain were created in a way to allow complete customization to maximize the Mach-E’s performance anywhere and everywhere. Capable of rear-wheel drive, front-wheel drive, and all-wheel drive, you just have to decide which tires you feel like roasting at that moment.

 

“Mustang Mach-E 1400 has taken shape without rules. The Ford design team and RTR used many of the same tools Ford uses for its race cars and production programs. Aerodynamics are optimized for shape and location, with a focus on cooling ducts, front splitter, dive planes and rear wing.”- Ford

With Ford investing more the $11.5 billion into electric vehicles, they definitely want to show the cool factor to the idea of an environmentally conscience Mustang.  This won’t be the last time you see this prototype Mustang Mach-E either. Keep an eye out for this insane new creation from Ford and RTR vehicles, and they’ve been teasing that it’ll be seen at a NASCAR race very soon.

To read more about the Mustang Mach-E 1400 Prototype, check it out here.

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