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Charge Cars Debuts All-New ’67 at Petersen Automotive Museum and Los Angeles Auto Show

The ’67™ by Charge Cars is manufactured from all-new parts, boasts classic looks, carbon fiber bodywork, 536-horsepower, and more

By: Charge Cars | Photos Courtesy of: Charge Cars

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Charge Cars is on a roll. It started with the 2022 “Icon of the Year” award from GQ Magazine, followed by the public unveiling at Salon Privé in London, before a dynamic debut at the world-renowned Goodwood Festival of Speed.

As its next big step, the London-based company is bringing its all-new electric-powered machine to the United States for the first time. The US launch will take place at the legendary Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles in late October, followed by a series of events across the West Coast and beyond, headlined by the Los Angeles Auto Show in mid-November.

Charge Cars '67 at the Petersen Automotive Museum and Los Angeles Auto Show
The ’67™ by Charge Cars is manufactured from all-new parts, boasts classic looks, carbon fiber bodywork, 536-horsepower, and more

VEHICLE HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Production limited to 499 vehicles
  • 0-60 mph in 3.9 seconds
  • Carbon fiber exterior body panels
  • 1120 lb-ft of torque
  • 4iWD torque vectoring technology
  • Fully-connected driver interface
  • Brand new interior design

Limited to 499 vehicles, the ’67 by Charge Cars boasts 536 horsepower (400kW peak power) and an incredible 1120 lb-ft (1520 Nm) of torque. Using 4iWD to deliver torque vectoring technology, the ‘67 accelerates to 60mph in 3.9 seconds.

Charge Cars is a British company based in London. The team consists of experienced automotive designers and engineers, drawing on experience acquired across multiple sectors from around the globe. The world-class team of perfectionists, car aficionados and technology geeks developed and is assembling the first cars using core components from technology partner Arrival.

Charge Cars '67 at the Petersen Automotive Museum and Los Angeles Auto Show
The ’67™ by Charge Cars

The ’67 is based on a brand new, steel body shell. Wrapped in lightweight carbon fiber body panels, the ’67 features electric motors and floor-mounted batteries. The design team created an all-new interior as well as a fully digital dashboard, new suspension components, braking system and even lighting. Along with the electrification, the car features advanced driver aids, keyless access and a premium immersive sound system. The company worked closely with a number of leading suppliers to deliver the absolute premium quality of all components.

“We are delighted to be in Los Angeles with our partners to celebrate the launch of the ’67 in the United States. It’s the ideal destination for our technology, design and performance, which has come to life in such an exciting way,” said Vadim Shagaleev, CEO of Charge Cars.

Charge Cars '67 at the Petersen Automotive Museum and Los Angeles Auto Show
The ’67™ by Charge Cars

“We truly believe we’ve created something unique in the EV world. It’s a brand new, handbuilt, design icon that gives customers a genuine emotional connection to their car. Classic looks, cutting edge technology and zero emissions now have a heart and soul. And this is just the beginning for us at Charge Cars,” said Mark Roberts, Chief Creative Officer of Charge Cars.

Customers interested in reserving a ‘67 or booking a test drive should email hello@charge.cars

Charge Cars will be accompanied by a number of its partners and key suppliers for the Los Angeles launch to showcase the technology that goes into the ’67 including:

  • Arrival – the technology partner provided EV hardware components and software
  • Michelin – pioneers of tire technology synonymous with high-performance and safety

SPECIFICATION AND FEATURES

’67 by Charge Cars

Electric Motors:
4x PMSM (Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors)

Drive:
4iWD (4 independent Wheel Drive)

Battery:
63 kWh

Total Peak Power:
400 kW

Total Motor Torque:
1520 Nm

Range:
200 miles (322 km)*

Acceleration:
3.9 seconds (0-60 mph)

Charging:
DC Peak Power: 50 kW
DC Charging Speed: 1 hour (0-80%)
AC Peak Power:
22 kW (Europe)
14 kW (US)

Exterior:
Wheels:

18×8″ – Front
18×10″ – Rear
Tires:
235/40 ZR18 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S – Front
285/40 ZR18 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S – Rear

Interior:
Two-seat configuration
Electrically adjustable and heated seats with lumbar support
Rear luggage deck
Wireless phone charging

Comfort & Convenience:
Bespoke LED headlights with daytime running lights and automatic activation
Bespoke signature LED tail lights
Electric windows
Electrically adjustable heated and folding door mirrors
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
Automatic climate control
Steering wheel-mounted controls
Electric power-assisted steering
Tilt adjustable steering wheel
Soft-close door latches
Heated front and rear glass

Safety:
Anti-theft alarm system
Anti-lock braking system
Traction control
Tire pressure monitoring system

Drivetrain:
Single-speed transmission
McPherson strut front suspension
Double-wishbone rear suspension
Performance four-piston brake calipers front and rear
Electronic parking brake
Adjustable driving modes
Regenerative braking

Technology:
Adaptive cruise control
Traffic sign recognition
Reversing camera
Rain and lighting sensors
Phone app integration
Over-the-air updates

In-car Experience:
12.3” driver display
12.8” central display
Eight speakers plus subwoofer for an immersive sound experience
Bluetooth connectivity
Wireless phone charging
Navigation system

* Vehicle range may vary depending on conditions, driving style, terrain, temperature, and more

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