Why an EV Muscle Car Could Be the Best Ever?

Why an EV Muscle Car Could Be the Best Ever?

The internet almost lost its mind. An EV muscle car can’t be a thing, can it? What about the noise?

I’ve been thinking about the concept for the past two weeks, reading some light, and finally I’ve come to the conclusion that EV muscle cars are going to be sensational. Before you jump into the comments section below calling me a libtard paid by Dodge to shove propaganda down your throat, give me a moment to explain.

When it comes to muscle car history, there are multiple origin stories. But first let’s look at the definition of the muscle car, as written in the Merriam Webster dictionary: “Anyone of a group of American-made two-door sports coupes with powerful engines designed for high-performance driving.”

By that definition, John Delorean was responsible for his first time as chief of engineering at GM’s Pontiac division. He asked the engineers to shoehorn a 389 V8 under the hood of a Pontiac LeMans.

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