In late 2020 Ford unleashed the Mustang Mach-E 1400 prototype on the streets of Detroit for the Ford Auto Nights. Mustang Mach-E 1400 has a total of seven motors -- three at the front differential, and four at the rear. In all, we're looking at the aforementioned 1,400-hp target, along with 2,300 pounds of downforce at 160 miles per hour (just look at all that aero work in carbon fiber!). That power and layout can be tinkered with front and rear for different purposes, whether front-, rear- or all-wheel drive is desired for track or drifting duty. Ford says it'll use "completely different front-end configurations like control arms and steering changes" for different applications. It also has regenerative braking for energy recovery, Brembo brakes for stopping performance, and a hydraulic handbrake system specially designed for drifting, with integrated powertrain controls that can cut power to the rear motors.