It will probably be the last Roush package for the sixth generation Mustang
Although the S550 Mustang recently rolled off the assembly line for the last time, Roush Performance is giving the model one last aftermarket upgrade called the 2023 Roush Trakpak Mustang.
Available with either a 6-speed manual or 10-speed automatic, the Roush package will equip your Mustang with loads of different suspension, drivetrain, and aesthetic upgrades that will substantially increase performance, turning the muscle car into a purpose-built track machine.
We imagine the company is already cooking up upgrades like this for the upcoming S650 Mustang. A new generation is usually an excellent opportunity to try out impressive new upgrades, but comments made by the Mustang's Chief Engineer have us worried. As Roush is a long-time, respected Ford tuner, we imagine exceptions will be made, but we'll have to see if future packages have as much freedom.
One of the best additions to the model is the Roush-calibrated MagneRide suspension on lowering springs. The car sits on new 20-inch forged wheels finished in Gloss Black or Palladium Gray, with Agat Gray available as a $700 option. The wheels are shod in Continental ExtremeContact Sport tires.
The Roush active exhaust system with quad black tips allows an owner to choose between four exhaust settings with the help of an in-car dial in the IOS app. This will be the perfect way to get the best tone out of your Coyote V8, and then with the help of the TrakPak's engine, oil, and rear differential cooling systems, you'll have the confidence to drive harder.
As this package has no power bumps, it might make sense to give the Roush supercharger kit a look. This kit gives the Coyote engine a 300 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque bump.
As your passing cars left and right, you'll also know you'll look good doing it. The TrakPak sports new aggressive Roush styling with a new lower grille, front chin spoiler, wheel shrouds, rear valance aerofoils, and a new rear spoiler.
The hood and front fenders now feature heat extractors that allow air to escape easier, helping the engine to stay cooler longer. Roush badging can be found all around, letting others know your Mustang means business.
On the inside, everything has been appropriately Roushified with new black leather seats emblazoned with the Roush name, a TrackPak dash badge with a serial number, Roush key fobs, Roush floormats, Roush illuminated door sill plates, Roush shift knob, and more. The company wants you and everyone else to know this is a Roush product whether you like it or not.
The model will only be produced in limited numbers and will cost $20,150 above the vehicle's original purchase price. It comes with a 3-year/36,000-mile warranty and would be a great way to celebrate the end of an iconic generation of Mustang before its younger brother shows up.
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