Electric Ford Mustang. Those are three words no one would utter 10 years ago -- heck, maybe even five years ago.

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Yet, here we are. What you're looking at here is the Ford Mustang Lithium concept.

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It's all electric, all the time. It's also incredibly fast with over 900 horsepower and 1,000 pound-feet of torque available.

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The automaker worked on this one-off show car with partner Webasto, which supplied the 800-volt battery system that powers the electric motor under the hood.

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The interior is almost identical to a production Mustang save for a vertically oriented 10.4-inch touchscreen.

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Ford didn't detail what the Tesla Model S-like unit controls, but it does house the car's four driving modes: Valet, Sport, Track and Beast. The latter sounds fun, no?

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Ford said it will gauge public interest in this vehicle to see if people are ready for serious battery-electric performance machines.

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