This 666-HP Supercharged Muscle Car Is A Blue Devil

Muscle Car

It has a dark side.

ADV.1 Wheels may be a tuning company that focuses on making vehicles look better with a new set of rims, but the company has its hand in the tuning jar with this Ford Mustang GT. The company didn’t think the muscle car had enough power or the right look, so it went to work on revising the vehicle. Thanks to a 2.9-liter supercharger, tune, Corsa cat back exhaust and other parts, this blue machine now makes 666 hp and a beastly sound. The subtle exterior touches are the perfect complement to the muscle car’s increase in performance.

Watch the Devilish muscle car get unleashed on a dyno and do some smoky burnouts below.

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