A Ford GT-Inspired Mustang with 800hp Shines at SEMA
There are a great many Ford Mustang show cars at SEMA, but this might be one of the most unique of the modern generations. This new Mustang has been modified to offer even greater levels of performance than any production pony car ever, but the more noticeable feature on the show of the Las Vegas Convention Center is the exterior design.
Zero to 60 Designs reimagined the body of the new Ford Mustang, adding styling cues from the new Ford GT supercar from front to back and transforming this pony car into a proper supercar.
The Zero to 60 Designs Mustang GTT
This Ford Mustang package is named the GTT for Grand Turismo Tribute, and it starts on the outside with a design that is heavily inspired by the new Ford GT supercar. This includes an aggressive front fascia, flared front fenders, flared rear quarter panels, a new hood, a molded rear spoiler, a dramatic rear fascia, a set of GT-style taillights and lots of vents. The result of the GTT package is a Mustang which is much wider, much curvier and overall, a great deal more aggressive than the “normal” Mustang GT production cars.
It is obviously a Mustang, but it is one of the meanest looking Mustangs Ive seen – and I love it. This Mustang looks angry and ready for some serious high performance business. Best of all, while the GTT body package is dramatic, it has a much cleaner look than many widebody modification packages for the modern Mustang.
Supercar Looks, Supercar Performance
While the Zero to 60 Designs Ford Mustang GTT is really at SEMA to show off the unique body, the build team didn’t stop there when crafting this beautiful muscle car. An Eibach Pro-Street suspension setup, a Brembo big brake package and lightweight wheels wrapped in Pirelli high performance rubber all work together to improve the handling aspects of the Mustang GTT while a ProCharger setup helps add the necessary supercar power – with a reported output of 800 horsepower.
In summary, the Ford Mustang GTT from Zero to 60 Designs has a unique custom body with a look which is clearly borrowed from the GT supercar, an 800 horsepower supercharged V8 with a proper loud exhaust system and a handling upgrade package that will allow it to handle with the best muscle cars on the street.
Now get this – Zero to 60 Designs actually plans to produce a limited number of the Mustang GTT for sale and while we don’t have pricing right now, the company has promised those numbers by the end of 2016. In the meantime, the bright red Mustang GTT is making a big splash at the 2016 SEMA Show.