While the standard Ford Mustang may be considered by many to be an imposing beast in stock form, some may feel that there's room for improvement. That's where this extensively modified 2016 Ford Mustang GT appeals. With 24,800 miles, this originally Ruby Red creation has been wrapped in Satin Caramel Luster. It features a carefully and painstakingly put together list of parts that enhance the looks, feel, and performance over a standard Mustang. More than just the sum of its parts, this Ford Mustang will undoubtedly turn heads at shows and on the street for years to come.
If the satin wrap wasn't a statement enough, this Ford Mustang GT features an aggressively low stance thanks to the addition of an Accuair E-Level air-suspension kit with dual compressors. This is coupled with Air Lift struts. The level of detail on this build is commendable, with a custom color applied to the air tank that sits atop a custom hardwood trunk floor. The interior features a GT350 steering wheel and shift knob, but the highlights are the Recaro seats with Schroth 4-point racing harnesses. The rest of the interior blends different high-quality aftermarket materials, including an Alcantara armrest, shifter boot, and handbrake boot, as well as carbon fiber door handles, shifter bezel, and vents. The exterior features a whole host of add ons listed in full below. The highlights include 20-inch staggered Ferrada FR4 wheels, a CDC Outlaw grille (with integrated turn signals), LEDallthethings Demon Eyes, and Raxiom LED side markers. This 2016 Ford Mustang GT also includes an Anderson Composites carbon trunk with an integrated Wickerbill, a TruFiber splitter, and a Farmuh diffuser.
The standard 5.0 V8 has been worked over to produce 475hp at the rear wheels, with 430 lb-ft of torque. The map can be changed via a hand-held controller to switch between 91 and E85 tunes by Paramount. The engine also features a ported manifold from a 2018 car, with LU47 injectors, Airaid cold-air intake, and Speed Daddy headers combined with a custom mid-pipe & MBRP cat-back exhaust. Braking is courtesy of Cquence slotted and drilled rotors, while this Mustang features many chassis and suspension upgrades from Steeda. Enthusiast appeal will also center on the manual transmission, further enhanced by a Steed Tri Ax short-throw shifter.