2024 Ford Mustang RTR: Dark Horse Price Tag

Awesome Appearance; How Much Power?

RTR Vehicles, the aftermarket tuning firm founded by professional drifter Vaughn Gittin Jr., has unveiled its latest RTR Spec 2 developement based on the 2024 Ford Mustang GT. Other companies have already started to alter the car’s style as well as power – Saleen claims that it is able to squeeze up to 800 horsepower out of the S650 V8 – however this is the first genuine tuning project executed on the fresh Mustang.

Having a strong affiliation with Ford Performance definitely aids when running a dedicated tuning shop; however, intriguingly, RTR has yet to disclose any modifications for the modern Mustang. Perhaps modifying the S650 is just as difficult as Ford specified that it would be. Nevertheless, the renovations made are undeniably worth examining further.

Introducing the 2024 Mustang RTR Spec 2

A dramatic appearance update is provided on the RTR with its unique grille design that comprises illuminated lighting accents and air intake scoops. The front grille has been newly revised with the addition of a lower grille and remodeled corner grilles, as well as a chin splitter and undertray extension included. Similarly, a host of aesthetic updates specifically for RTR vehicles give it unmistakable presence, such as the hood vent, rocker panel extensions, rear quarter splitters and decklid spoiler. Finally, bespoke badges are provided on the front grille, fenders and rear decklid, acting as distinguishing markers.

20×9.5-inch RTR wheels are shoehorned with Nitto NT555 G2 rubber. To equip these to the vehicle, a special aftermarket lug nut kit is required. Complemented by RTR Tactical Performance lowered springs, adjustable sway bars for front and rear, as well as adjustable shocks and struts, extra handling capabilities are provided.

Inside, an RTR Performance shift knob is replete with floor mats and a personalized dashboard plaque with Vaughn Gittin Jr.’s signature etched into it. Moreover, a certificate of legitimacy guarantees the RTR’s providence, if the graphical package alone doesn’t solidify it. A three-year/36,000-mile guarantee provides customers mental security as well.

The complete RTR Spec 2 kit will be obtainable as soon as the Mustang of 2024 reaches auto retailers in the summertime. It’s beginning cost will be $12,495, which isn’t insurmountably expensive but if that money was up to us, we would certainly decide on the Dark Horse package. This Ringbrothers package is over $11,000 beyond a regular Mustang GT and presents even more horsepower beneath the bonnet.

The decision is yours; additional oomph or an eye-catching design that’ll be unique out and about?

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