Way more power and a stunning interior to match.
In the US, there are plenty of aftermarket tuners willing to boost extract even more power out of the Ford Mustang. Hennessey's HPE800 upgrade increases the output of the Ford Mustang GT to 774 horsepower, while Roush's Stage 3 kit turns the Mustang GT into a 710-hp beast. And now European customers can give the Mustang GT a comprehensive cabin makeover and power upgrade, thanks to German tuner PS-Sattlerei's new tuning package.
Dubbed the Mustang GT-X Edition, the tuner's custom Mustang stands out from the crowd with its eye-catching exterior finished in bright orange. And with an interior to match.
Inside, the cabin is coated with copious amounts of Alcantara, which has been applied to the front and rear seats, the dashboard, the center console, steering wheel and the steering column cover, and the door and side coverings. Even the headliner and sun visors get the Alcantara treatment.
Complementing the colorful interior are quilted leather floor mats with orange Alcantara piping and orange seat belts. Orange metallic carbon parts have also been applied to the dashboard to match the interior color scheme. Elsewhere, the steering wheel has been completely redesigned and features orange stitching. Overall, it's a welcome upgrade over the regular Mustang's more neutral cabin layout.
Under the hood, the German tuner has installed an Edelbrock TVS 2.650 supercharger system. Combined with some engine software tuning, the custom Mustang's 5.0-liter V8 produces a 725 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque, which sounds more aggressive thanks to a stainless steel exhaust system with carbon-coated tailpipes .
Completing the look are custom 20-inch wheels that match the exterior color wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4 S tires. KW Variant 3 coilovers also lower the Mustang's ride height. Pricing details haven't been confirmed, but the standard Ford Mustang GT starts at $35,630 in the US.