This is definitely one vehicle I thought I would never see in my lifetime, a true zero-emission Ford Mustang with 0-60 mph times under 4 seconds.
This past weekend in San Diego at the 34th Annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach's "Green Power Prix-View," both the Tjaarda EVX Mustang and HST's Shelby Cobra made their debut.
HST International and Tjaarda Design have partnered to bring you two zero emissions electric vehicles that feature 300-horsepower electric motors using lithium iron phosphate battery packs developed by K2 Energy Solutions.
According to HST the Tjaarda EVX Mustang is designed to be a daily driven Mustang that will race from 0-60 mph in 3.9 seconds and a top speed of 120 mph.
Range for the Mustang is 110 miles with an estimated operating cost per mile to be 3 cents, definitely a lot cheaper then $3 gas. Price for the EVX Mustang starts at $80,000.
The HST Shelby Cobra is EVX will do 0-60 in 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 150 mph rivaling some of the top sports cars in the world. Range for this vehicle is said to 120 miles with estimated operating cost per mile to be 3 cents. Price for the Shelby Cobra starts at $125,000.
To keep these babies going they require 3.5 hours of recharging via 240-Volt outlet or 8 hours via a 110-Volt outlet. HST International is currently taking orders for both vehicles.