Bloodshed Motors Black Zombie Electric Ford Mustang Makes Track Debut – Video

JUN 25 2014 BY MARK KANE 11

Bloodshed Motors's Zombie 222 - Warp 11 electric motors

Bloodshed Motors’s Zombie 222 – Warp 11 electric motors

Bloodshed Motors’s Zombie 222, which is a converted 1968 Mustang, made its track debut last week.

As it turns out, two Warp 11 electric motors (equivalent of 750 HP) provide enough power to lift up the front wheels. Approximately 1,850 ft-lbs does the job.

The plan for Bloodshed Motors is to build street legal high performance cars based on American muscle cars like Mustang or Camaro, with limited production numbers of only 21 of each model.

There is also a chance that converted will be non-classic muscle car like a vintage Jag XKE.

More about Bloodshed Motors and Zombie 222 can be found here.

Bloodshed Motors's Zombie 222

Bloodshed Motors’s Zombie 222

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11 Comments on "Bloodshed Motors Black Zombie Electric Ford Mustang Makes Track Debut – Video"

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David Murray

There must be a better way to warm up the tires than by losing so much valuable rubber on the pavement.

Anon

‘Warp 11’ is an awesome name for an electric drivetrain. 🙂

David Murray

I guess you guys have never worked much in the do-it-yourself EV field. Netgain has a lot of different motors. The number at the end designates the diameter of the motor. So a Warp 11 is 11 inches in diameter. They also have a Warp 9 and a Warp 8… I haven’t checked lately, maybe they have a Warp 10 now.

Anon

God no. The only dirt I touch, is from my keyboard.

Anon

That’s why 11 is so awesome. 😉

Foo

Why no video of it going down the track?

Foo

Poor ICE muscle cars… they’ll never know what hit them.

EVIL

warp-11 means 11 inches in diameter, they have 13 inches model as well: http://www.evsource.com/tls_warp13.php

Foo

And “warp” is what it does the axle… hahahah.

I wonder what it would cost to get a classic mustang with only one motor, a full interior, and enough battery to go 75-100 miles on a charge. I’d be all in.