Rumor has is that even the muscle car segment will not be able to escape the age of electrification. The industries favorite models have already been confirmed for a rebirth with an EV heart and we would like you to be the first to learn about the news. In this video we gathered the freshest news about electric muscle cars,
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#1 Charge Mustang
Contrary to the deceiving looks, this is not a restomod Mustang, but rather a brand-new all-electric vehicle. London-based Charge Cars, use an officially-licensed 1967 Mustang shell, adds strong yet lightweight composite panels.
#2 Dodge Charger Daytona SRT
You know it’s over for the V8 muscle cars, if the segment’s undisputed leader finally throws the title and announces the transition to electrification. The next Charger will have a pure EV heart and it will likely be based on the eMuscle concept labeled Daytona SRT.
#3 Chevrolet eCopo Camaro
Chevrolet eCopo Camaro is a concept car built in partnership with Hancock and Lane Racing with two BorgWarner HVH motor assemblies and 4 200Volt battery modules, ensuring 700 hps and 600 lb-ft of total output.
#4 Ford Pro Electric SuperVan
2023 Ford Pro Electric SuperVan continues the brand’s SuperVan tradition that started in 1971. It uses underpinnings from the eTransit Custom, but get 4 electric motors peaking at 2000 horses.
#5 Chevrolet Corvette eRay
Chevrolet Corvette eRay will be the first-ever all-electric version of the Vette, that will be built on the new Ultium platform.
#6 Genovation GXE
Genovation GXE is an EV conversion of the Corvette C7 that promises 800 horsepower and 220 mph top speed.