Ford believes that the Mustang does not need to have a large turbocharged four-cylinder or V8 engine under the hood to honor the nameplate’s heritage when introducing the Mach-E electric. It took an emblematic model further into the area of electrification by building a Mustang battery-based dragster named Cobra Jet.
Hardcore, a dyed-in-the-wool Mustang fan will recognize the name Cobra Jet because it symbolizes the mighty 7.0-liter V8 engine in the late 1960s. Fast forward to 2020, and proudly points to an electric dragster whose output comes in with 1,400 horsepower and 1,100 pound-foot instant torque. It exploded through a quarter mile under eight and a half seconds at 170 mph, a number that makes this Mustang faster than most hypercars.
Giant Mickey Thompson rear tires help transfer powertrain output to the sidewalk, although I doubt they will last long. Walking back shows the wheel bar which keeps the shiny side at full speed, and the driver needs to exert at the end of the run to stop before running out of asphalt.
Additional technical details are very few and rare; we don’t know whether it is equipped with an automatic transmission or a manual gearbox, such as breaking the rules, Electric Mustang 900 horsepower shown at the SEMA 2019 event. The first is more likely. We also haven’t seen the interior, but don’t expect it to share a large number of parts with regular or Mustang production Mach-E electricity it’s right round the corner. This is a racer made specifically. Peering through the glass shows a driver’s seat and a full roll cage.
Ford will continue to perfect the Mustang Cobra Jet 1400 in the coming months, and it will show fans what cars can do by putting it on a drag racing event in 2020. what will happen after that. The chances of seeing the inside of a Ford showroom are low, but lessons learned from this project can help engineers electrify Next generation Mustangs, while going out in 2023. Rumors not verified claims the V8-electric hybrid system will join the list of powertrains available for the first time.
“This is a fantastic project to work on, and we hope the first of many to come from our team at Ford Performance Motorsports,” signaled Mark Rushbrook, division director, at a statement.
If this project sounds familiar, it’s probably because the Chevrolet arch-nemesis introduced an electric, Camaro-like dragster named eCOPO in 2018. That’s try to sell a one-off car in 2019 but failed to find a buyer for it.
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