Ford enlisted eight tuners to put their final touches on the legendary Mustang, and these modded-out pony cars are the end result. Take a peek at each below and make sure to nominate your favorite in the comments!
Look out, Dodge Challenger Hellcat. Motoroso dials in a stonking 727 horsepower with its customized Mustang GT. Under the hood, the big 5.0-liter V8 has been outfitted with a Roush Performance supercharger. Out back, the trunk is said to house a suite of iPads with information about the mighty ‘Stang. Those wheels? They’re massive 21-inch Rotiform 3-piece alloys.
The folks at TS Designs gave their crimson ‘Stang a three inch suspension drop in the front, two inches in the rear, and sculpted a custom widebody kit onto the drop top. As a result, it’s about three inches wider than before and fits massive 13-inch wide five-spoke wheels.
So blue it almost hurts. MAD Industries’ black-and-blue Mustang GT certainly draws the eyes, to say the least. Inside, occupants are treated to Trevino leather and Miko Suede. Outside, it’s all about those MHT 21-inch monoblock wheels. Oh yeah, it also kicks out 725 horsepower thanks to a Whipple twin-screw supercharger.
The standard Ford Mustang EcoBoost is a pretty impressive motor, generating a punchy 310 horsepower. Bisimoto didn’t think that was nearly enough though, and boosted this four-cylinder turbo Mustang up to a stratospheric 900 horsepower. Gadzooks. And there’s plenty more mods to mention too.
Ice Nine delves into EcoBoost tuning as well, turning this four-cylinder Mustang into a 475-horsepower track demon. Inspiration is said to be equal parts modern DTM touring car and 2016 Shelby GT350—a scintillating combo. Build it Ford…build it.
Drag Racing Against Gangs and Graffiti (DRAGG)
Think you can outrun the cops? Think again. In the city of Oxnard, California, DRAGG works to mentor teens and provide instruction in automotive repair and car customization. This Mustang is the latest project, and with a custom air-suspension, full lighting kit, and carbon fiber body panels…you’ll be hard pressed to find a meaner cop car.
CGS Performance Products
It may not be the wildest pony in the corral, but the CGS ‘Stang turns heads with sleek and subtle modifications. A host of Steeda suspension components find a home underneath, complemented by KW coilover shocks, and a TS Designs widebody kit.
With all the swagger of a Hot Wheels car, the Bojix Mustang blends an eye-catching paint job and 20-inch wheels with a race-bred intake, turbo upgrade, Cortex coilover suspension, and Magnaflow exhaust. It looks like a car that can go fast, and with taller 3.73 gears…it probably can!