It is interesting that Ford doesn't offer a high powered electric Mustang, but a British firm and a Russian firm do. Is the appearance of a Mustang not copywrited or patented or owned by the original manufacturer?? Certainly the name is owned by Ford, isn't it??
Major auto manufacturers are going to have to compete with lots of small, innovative firms from all over the world apparently. Interesting times we live in.
Lots of of power and speed for these electric Mustangs - but I didn't see information about charging capabilities and ranges which are going to be important to some buyers of electric vehicles - but probably not these electric Mustangs.
These electric Mustangs are exciting, but I'm more interesting in a Bolinger https://www.bollingermotors.com
or an all electric Range Rover Discovery or a Rivian for my own use.