Zombie 222: Record-Braking All-Electric 1968 Mustang Fastback is the Fastest Electric Vehicle

The most luxurious and expensive cars in the world can reach up to 60 mph in less in almost three seconds. It's just 2.7 seconds for The Hennessey Venom GD, marketed as the fastest car in production and 2.5 seconds for Lamborghini's V10 Powered 602Hp Huracan that goes for more than $300,000 in the market.

Somewhere in Texas, however, there's an all-electric car hitting 60mph quicker than all of these luxury cars that cost a bomb. It's a 1968 Mustang Fastback, a.k.a the Zombie 222. Painted in a fluorescent green and decorated with blue LEDs for a catching effect, the Zombie 222 makes over 800 horsepower and 1,800 pounds of torque, which eventually means that it can reach 60 miles per hour in just 2.4 seconds. It's the fastest all-electric vehicle and set a new all-electric record with 174.2 mph. It's hard to believe that an electric could be that fast. The Zombie 222 is the product of Mitch Medford, a devoted muscle car enthusiast who left his promising career in tech to pursue his dreams: converting classic cars into high-speed electric vehicles that can break records.

Check out the video to learn more about his '68 Mustang Fastback and let its story inspires you!