Lexani Motorcars' G-77 Sky Master
Lexani Motorcars is known for luxury conversions, and their latest project, based on the Ford F-550 is definitely no slouch. Meet the $1-million G-77 Sky Master, which at first glance of its interior, appears to be a private jet. If money is no object, this could be the perfect mobile office for long road trips, complete with six custom power tan leather seats that have heating / massaging options, a high-tech home theater system, 65-inch television, kitchenette, bathroom, and even a “VIP boardroom”. Read more for a video tour, additional pictures and information.

1200R Twin Turbo GT350
Photo credit: Fathouse Fabrication
The Ford Mustang Shelby GT350’s factory 5.2-liter “Voodoo” V8 is already one of the most exotic engines that money can currently buy, but if a 8250-RPM redline just isn’t enough, Fathouse Fabrications has a twin-turbo kit that should do the trick. When all is said and done, you can expect 1348 horsepower to the wheels, thanks to forged engine internals, a heavy duty twin-disc clutch, Motec ECU, an upgraded oil pump, a thicker intercooler, three fuel pumps, custom intake / exhaust piping, stronger axles, and a carbon fiber driveshaft. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.

Charge Electric Mustang

U.K.-based Charge Automotive announced today that it will showcase its $381,000 Ford Mustang EV at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed in early July. Limited to just 499-units worldwide and based on the 1967 Mustang fastback, it boasts a 536-hp (400-kW) and 885 lb-ft of torque electric powertrain, enabling it to achieve a sub-4-second 0-to-60-mph time, and a top speed of 149 mph. A 64.0-kWh battery provides a claimed 200 miles of range, and its 50-kW DC offers fast charging. Read more for another video, additional pictures and information.

Need for Speed Mustang Camera Car
Remember the Need for Speed movie from 2014? Well, this matte black 2013 Ford Mustang GT turned camera car used in the film could be yours if the price is right. However, this isn’t a stock Mustang, but rather one tuned by Saleen who installed a large supercharger to boost power output to 625 horsepower, while adding larger brakes, 3.73 rear gearing, a Shaker stereo system, Corbeau racing seats, and a custom roll cage. On the exterior, you’ll find lots of mounts for the camera equipment, complete with a glass hatch. Read more for a video, additional pictures and the auction link.

Ford Autonomous Digit Robot
Ford partnered with Agility Robotics to create Digit, an autonomous robot that walks upright on two legs, can scale stairs and also carry packages weighing up to 40 pounds. It’s tackling Ford’s biggest issue with self-driving vehicles, autonomously delivering for companies like Domino’s Pizza, Postmates, Uber Eats, etc. directly to the front door. “As we’ve learned in our pilot programs, it’s not always convenient for people to leave their homes for packages or for businesses to run their own delivery services,” said Ken Washington, Ford’s chief technology officer. Read more for a video and additional information.

Ford Bronco Hybrid

Photo credit: MoAoun
In addition to the 2.3-liter turbo-four and 2.7-liter V6 models, mated to either a 10-speed automatic transmission (possibly manual gearbox), the 2021 Ford Bronco will also be offered in a hybrid variant, according to AutoNews reporter Michael Martinez. As for the latter’s powertrain, it could receive the same one powering the Explorer hybrid, a 3.3-liter hybrid powertrain generating 318 horsepower. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Electric Ford Mustang SUV
Photo credit: Kolesa
Sure, the Ford Mustang isn’t a vehicle you would normally associate with SUVs, but if the leaks are true, an all-electric model could be coming sooner than you think to take on the next-generation Tesla Model X. Russian automotive media outlet Kolesa rendered this concept, and as you can see the Mustang’s front and rear fascias remain, while adding a sloping SUV-style roof. Read more to see the back and for additional information.

Manticore 1969 Ford Mustang

At first, this appears to be just a slightly modified 1969 Ford Mustang Coupe, but step inside? It looks like a car from the future. This stunning vehicle is owned by Hassane El-Khoury, the president and CEO of Cypress Semiconductor, and in addition to the supercharged 5.0-liter V8, mated to a six-speed manual transmission, generating 785 HP, the interior is out of this world. Featuring 3D-printed panels, a digital instrument cluster, and touch-sensitive controls. Read more for another video, additional pictures and information.

Ford Self-Braking Trolley Shopping Cart
Have you been in a store where a runaway shopping cart is heading your way, either due to human error or just a child rolling around on one? You won’t have to worry about it hitting you with Ford’s Self-Braking Trolley, which is inspired by the automaker’s Pre-Collision Assist technology that uses a forward-facing camera and radar in order to detect objects. This trolley scans ahead for people and objects, like cars, and automatically applies the brakes in emergency situations. Read more for a video of it in-action and additional information.

First Classic Electric Bronco

Classic cars have always been a hit among auto enthusiasts, and that group includes the classic Ford Bronco. California-based startup Zero Labs Automotive decided to create an all-electric version of that iconic vehicle, or to be more specific, it’s a fully restored and re-engineered original Bronco, complete with aerospace grade carbon fiber bodywork, handcrafted walnut / bamboo interior panels, premium leather, a retro-styled digital gauge cluster and more than 1,000 newly-designed parts. Two caveats: it’s expected to cost between $275K – $325K and limited to just 150-units worldwide. Read more for two additional videos, pictures and information.