Currently reading: Charge Cars ramps up expansion plans amid Arrival upheaval
Makers of the electro-mod Mustang will push on with orders despite troubles at its British sibling brand

Charge Cars, maker of the 1967 electromod Mustang, is forging ahead with plans to launch in the US and deliver its first customer cars next year, despite upheaval at its sibling-company Arrival Vans.

“We operate separately to Arrival and we continue to move towards production with the big focus on our launch in California this week,’ chief creative officer Mark Roberts told Autocar.

Charge Cars has made a significant change ahead of the US launch, re-naming its £350k, 536bhp electromod “The ’67 by Charge Cars” to avoid confusion with the Ford-owned Mustang trademark.

Charge Car’s US launch started with an event at the famous Petersen Museum, moves to the LA Show next month, then on to the east coast in New York and Miami at the end of the year.

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