Package Cost: $12,495 Excluding Base Vehicle
The notorious Ford Mustang has become renowned for its capable cache of aftermarket components. Over time, countless options have been present for both the aesthetic and mechanical outfitting of the beloved pony car; it is anticipated that this situation will stay as is. The much-anticipated 2024 variant will be available in the shops from summertime, with RTR Vehicles ensuring aftermarket modifications are accessible as soon as purchasers can get their hands on the new Mustang.
RTR Automobiles will be presenting Spec 1 and Spec 2 improvements for the 2024 Mustang. Spec 2 furnishes the car’s aesthetic traits and maneuverability using a range of visible and mechanical modifications. Unfortunately, there is not much known about the Spec 1 bundle.
Externally, the Mustang RTR Spec 2 showcases a new upper grille fitted with LED lighting that taps in to cool air for the engine. The set also incorporates a hood vent, rocker and chin splitters, a decklid spoiler, RTR markings, graphics and other inclusions. Internally, the package includes RTR’s performance shift knob, floor mats bearing RTR branding, and a serialized dashboard plaque inscribed with Vaughn Gittin Jr.’s autograph.
The modified Mustang receives more enhancements to its handling, with the inclusion of 20-inch RTR Aero 5 wheels swathed in Nitto NT555 G2 tires, as well as the installation of an RTR rear shock mount kit. Furthermore, included in the RTR Tactical Performance suspension is a set of lowering springs, an adjustable front and back sway bar, plus adjustable shocks and struts.
At a starting price of $12,495, the RTR Spec 2 package does not incorporate the expense of the base vehicle. Alternatively, it can be built from any 2024 Mustang GT framework. As for the 2021 Mustang, the RTR firm has stayed silent on a potential Spec 1 enhancement and other possibilities. Nevertheless, one can still acquire the Spec 3 and Spec 5 upgrades to amp up the 5.0-liter V8 engine by incorporating a supercharger, thus enabling a whopping 750 horsepower.
In 2024, the Ford Mustang GT will once again showcase Ford’s 5.0-liter V8 motor, producing an impressive 480 horsepower and 415 pound-feet of torque. If you choose the available active performance exhaust system, you’ll see the power up to 486 ponies and 418 lb-ft. However, if you desire even more prowess, then opt in for the Mustang Dark Horse, delivering a whopping 500 horses!
Source: RTR Vehicles