The Sema Auto Show 2019 (Tue, 5, Nov. 2019 - Fri, 8, Nov. 2019) is just around the corner. And at the Las Vegas Convention Center, the tuner Galpin Auto Sports (GAS) will also be back. And like the last few years, the company will also bring 2019 a modified Ford Mustang GT of the current Series VI (since 2014). And this time, the bullet convinces with a particularly eye-catching design and an increase in performance due to a Roush compressor system on 700 PS. And especially the eye-catching look of the muscle car should probably cause a lot of attention among the visitors. The Mustang arrived as an idea from racing driver Ryan Blaney (drives in the NASCAR Cup Series) and photographer Larry Chen. He shows up with a red-black-and-white livery based on the 1966 Ford GT40 race car of the 24 hours in Daytona and the start number 98 on the doors.
Ford Mustang GT in retro style
After Khyzyl Saleem was responsible for the virtual template, Galpin Auto Sports from Los Angeles set about the implementation. In addition to the racing paint / foiling and a few additional aerodynamic components (Sideblades on the apron front), there were 20 inch large Fifteen52 Podium Super Touring forged wheels that sit absolutely consistent in the wheel arch due to a ST Suspension XTA coilover kit. The new wheelset is stocked with Yokohama Advan low cross-section slippers, including tire stickers in white. The eye-catcher to the chic silver-gray Alus with central lock is definitely the removable Aeroring which was designed in the style of the body. Behind the rims hides a large Wilwood sports brake system with red painted brake calipers and perforated brake discs and this has a very special reason.
5,0 Liter Compressor Ford V8 with 700 PS
As already mentioned, the performance of the 5,0-liter Ford V8 from 460 PS / 620 NM has been pushed to huge 700 PS / 827 NM. This is made possible by a Roush compressor system in combination with a new air intake, an individual chip tuning and a MagnaFlow Catback sports exhaust system with four round tailpipes. And also in the cabin something has happened. Not quite as conspicuous as outside, but then still clearly visible. The Mustang got here two NRG bucket seats with six-point belts, a NASCAR steering wheel and special seat mounts. If we receive timely information on other changes not mentioned before, there is of course as always an update for this report. It is best to subscribe to our feed and if there is something new you will get in touch immediately. We wish you a lot of fun watching the pictures.
Photos: Galpin Auto Sports (GAS)
These are the details of the Mustang GT:
- Design by racing driver Ryan Blaney (drives in the NASCAR Cup Series) and photographer Larry Chen
- Red-black-white paintwork based on the 1966 Ford GT40 racing car of the Daytona 24 hours
- Starting number 98 on the doors
- Rendering as a template by Khyzyl Saleem
- Sideblades on the apron in front
- 20 inch large Fifteen52 Podium Super Touring forged wheels (silver gray, central locking, removable aerofoil front)
- Yokohama Advan low profile tires including tire stickers
- Wilwood sports brake system with red painted calipers and perforated brake discs
- MagnaFlow Catback sports exhaust system with four round tailpipes
- NRG bucket seats with six-point belts and new seat mounts
- NASCAR Steering Wheel
- Lowering (ST Suspension XTA coilover suspension)
- Performance increase of the 5,0-liter Ford V8 from 460 PS / 620 NM to 700 PS / 827 NM - (Roush compressor system, air intake, chip tuning)
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700 PS Ford Mustang GT in retro style from tuner GAS
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