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Old 09-15-2018, 08:49 PM
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The Ex-Ford in Your Future: Aston Martin Reveals the Electric Rapide E: The BEV Musta

Instead of waiting to wonder what a Mustang BEV CUV will come to, rogue ex-Forder Aston Martin shows their former boss they donít even need an SUV platform to electrify one of their products, they can do it on a current production car: their flagship saloon, the Rapide. Attention American Cops: this ex-Ford is definitely a Crown Vic and Explorer Inceptor Killer!





Recently Ford recently gave us a proposed sacred name then a bewildering reveal of their first all electric, shrouded in too much mystery quite frankly, of their Mustang based CUV variant. This time around itís Aston Martin showing Ford how it should be done! Instead of Ford having us wait around for a CUV made on a special platform to have it electrified and give it name it may not be deserving, Aston Martin gets straight forward with us, and puts its electric secret sauce into an already in production gas car. Leave it to an Ex-Ford to lead your future! The storied Aston Martin Holdings, Ltd.






The Ex-Ford in Your Future: Aston Martin Reveals the Electric Rapide E: The BEV Mustang Makers Should Be Making
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