Las Vegas is currently hosting its annual tour at SEMA, the post-market automotive trade fair. Hot rods and custom cars are always an SMA thing, but these days there is no guarantee that you will find the Brown V8 or any cylinders under the hood. We used to cover show cars from Ford and Chevrolet, but this year the custom electric car is a complete trend.
Of course, this year the big original manufacturers have not ignored SEMA. Ford is still in the Mustang Mach-E mania first belt, and the Blue Oval brought several Mach-Es to the show. One is a brutal Macha-EGT that sells at 200 miles per hour (321 km per hour) in Bonnville, and the other has a bright orange air suspension and a rear bicycle charge. .
But what caught my attention was the concept of the Shelby Mustang Match-e-GT, in its fully-fledged white-blue-strip livery. I’m not sure it’s faster than the recent Mach-E GT Performance edition, but it does look better than the graphite-embedded carbon fiber body.
The Shelby Mach-E GT also has renewable magnetological dampers and is equipped with carbon fiber sources. And the Pireli P. Zero performance tires have been replaced by Michelle Pilot Sport EV elastic. Ford is not saying there is a Mac-E version of the shell, but I hope I have a chance to drive.
Yesterday, another electric Ford bought the headlines. The Ford F-100 Elimeter began life in It was a 1978 F-100 Peak Up, but is now fully electric, powered by a pair of electric motors found in the Mustang Match-E GT.
If this is what you are looking for in your 1978 Ford, I have good news. Ford Performan sells these 281 hp (210 kW), 317 lb-ft (430 Nm) car units as craft engines. They are best used in a copy-based application and sell for $ 3,900.
With the theme of the snake, how shocking is the 1,500 lb-ft (2,034 Nm) electric Shelby Cobra Road? Superformants Shelby Cobras (and Daytona Cops) have been building permits, but this may be the first time the V8 has run without a heart.
Like Carol Shelby Just as the Ford V8 was installed on the AC Ace Roadster in 1962, Superformans has now installed a Tesla drive unit to drive the rear wheels. If that doesn’t seem like enough energy for you, note that SuperForman is also evaluating two Tesla drive units, one universal drive difference for each axis.
In 1972, Tesla Power was operating on the Plymouth Satellite at Kevin Erickson. The glittering silver cup looks more than 49 years older than you might believe – perhaps the result of a new facial treatment and some modern blended tires.
It has 600 hp (447 kW) for dialing, 102 kW per hour Tesla battery packs, cooled by satellite air conditioning system. No wonder the Plymouth hit 60 miles per hour in four seconds, but it reached a range of 250 miles (402 km), making it at least two feet longer than we have recently tried. .