Ford Performance and RTR have been working together to develop the most extreme, superlative drift car they could and this is what they’ve come up with. The Mustang Mach-E 1400 is what the company hopes will convince the world its Mach-E is a serious performance vehicle.

“Getting behind the wheel of this car has completely changed my perspective on what power and torque can be,” said Vaughn Gittin Jr., RTR Vehicles founder, motorsports champion. “This experience is like nothing you’ve ever imagined, except for maybe a magnetic roller coaster.”

No wonder since it has seven motors in total. Three of the motors are attached to the front wheels and four to the back wheels through differentials. Getting all of that to work together was a big challenge and took Ford and RTR 10,000 hours of work to complete.

“The challenge was controlling the extreme levels of power provided by the seven motors,” said Mark Rushbrook, motorsports director, Ford Performance. “Mustang Mach-E 1400 is a showcase of the art of the possible with an electric vehicle.”

As a result of the wealth of motors, though, the Mach-E 1400 can be set up to run any motorsport you like. That means that it can be RWD if you want to go drifting, AWD if you want to go rallying, or FWD if you want to go pick up groceries.

Whatever the case, getting all that power down will require more than just a careful right foot. Ford is targeting more than 2,300 lbs of downforce at 160 mph.

But they’ve had to be cleverer than just lobbing on downforce. The team also focused on cooling inlets to ensure that the seven motors and the 56.8-kWh battery don’t overheat.

A deft left foot will also be required, but it will be helped by Brembo brakes, like those on the Mustang GT4 race car, and a hydraulic handbrake—since this will likely go drifting.

The body is largely made of carbon fiber to keep weight down, but Ford is using this as a testbed for new materials. To wit, it’s using an organic composite fiber on the hood to see how well that works.

“Now is the perfect time to leverage electric technology, learn from it, and apply it to our portfolio,” said Ron Heiser, chief program engineer, Mustang Mach-E. “Mustang Mach-E is going to be fun to drive, just like every other Mustang before it, but Mustang Mach-E 1400 is completely insane, thanks to the efforts of Ford Performance and RTR.”