We're seeing electric vehicles more and more on our roads, with every car make you can think of getting involved. If you're all about American muscle and worried about what the electrification of cars is going to do to the classic Ford Mustang, then worry no more. Ford have announced at this year's SEMA show that the all-electric Ford Mustang Lithium is a 900 horsepower, 1,000 ft-lb of torque monster, that'll be competing with some of the fastest road-legal cars in the world - it even has a six-speed manual transmission.
It certainly gives a subtle hint at what we might see from the upcoming Mustang-based Mach E SUV that will be officially announced in a few months. Head here for more.