More and more manufacturers are devoting themselves to creating and introducing electric vehicles. Some, such as Ford, have decided to produce an electric version of one of the most iconic models in motorsport history. Of course, it can't be anything other than the Ford Mustang, which already has an electric variant on the market in the form of the Mach-E.
However, in addition to a road version, they have also released a competition variant. This is the case with the Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400 (horsepower), a chassis and bodywork designed for racing; this prototype allows you to race at high speeds while maintaining excellent control of the car.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400, presented last year by Ford Performance in conjunction with RTR Vehicles, demonstrates the possibilities of an electric car. This model achieves 1,400 horsepower at its peak without using a drop of gasoline, has seven electric motors, and the aerodynamic force is formidable; both businesses worked on tuning the chassis and configurations to create a unique electric car.
RaceRoom members will compete with this version in the simulator, thanks to the folks from Sector 3. While the sound is a little strange to hear in a Mustang, the races in the simulator should be as realistic as possible.
RaceRoom Racing Experience is a free-to-play racing simulator created by Sector3 Studios and released by RaceRoom Entertainment AG. Their goal is to create a genuine racing experience by using detailed car and track models, as well as realistic automobile behavior and noises.