Atelier Roush will show at SEMA the most powerful version of the Ford Mustang coupeOctober 18, 2019
In total, only 60 copies of a highly modernized car will be built, under the hood of which there will be more than 710 horsepower. The car will be shown at the SEMA exhibition, which is dedicated to car tuning – the debut is scheduled for November 5.
The famous American tuning studio Roush is going to offer us another version of the iconic sports coupe Ford Mustang, and unfortunately, very little is known about the new product. An official teaser, published a couple of minutes, suggests that the new product will be based on the most powerful version of the car, called the Shelby GT500.
It is reported that in total, the Roush studio is going to collect 60 copies of the modernized Mustang, all of which will be assembled manually in the United States. This almost certainly means that the price of the car will be very high.
The guys from the company Roush named their Jack Roush Edition Mustang their new product, and it was created in honor of the man who is the founder of the tuning studio. The power of the sports coupe is unknown, but given the fact that the current Roush Stage 3 Mustang boasts 710 hp, which produces a supercharged 5.0-liter V8 family of Coyote, you can expect higher power performance from the new items. Insiders report that the car will also receive a suspension with sports tinctures, special forged wheels, a carbon fiber wing and a specially designed body kit with active aerodynamics.
In conclusion, I note that the Roush studio plans to present its new project on November 05 at the SEMA Show, which will traditionally be held in Las Vegas (USA) starts on November 5.
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