Is This 808-HP Ford Mustang Is The Most Expensive Car?
Browne Lee, Ford Dealer in Morrison, Tennessee create a limited number of Ford Mustang GT. Тhereby he paid tribute Blue Oval’s while promising that the Shelby GT500 will get a 760-horsepower.
The dealer’s Gulf Heritage Mustang offers many visual and mechanical add-ons aimed at true car lovers who are willing to pay good money for such a supercar.
The Mustang Gulf Heritage started as fast GT. Gets a light blue and orange Gulf paint which pays tribute to the GT40 that won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1968 and 1969.
This modern Ford comes in the same color and when buyers select the Heritage Edition package. The glossy shade of gray, a carbon fiber body kit and 20-inch alloy wheels adding a finishing touch to the look.
This Ford Mustang has a 5.0-liter V8 engine supercharged to 808 horsepower and 674 pound-feet of torque.
From 0 to 60 mph accelerates under 3.5 seconds making it in about half a second quicker than the Mustang GT it’s based on. Buyers have the opportunity to choose between 10-speed automatic transmission or a six-speed manual.
Brown Lee upgraded the V8 with a 3.0-liter supercharger, a high-flow air induction system, beefier fuel injectors, and air-to-water intercooler.
Suspension modifications make this Ford Mustang lower and firmer. This enables fans to take advantage of the 340-horsepower bump compared to a stock GT.
Тhe finishing beauty is a metal plaque on the engine bay engraved with the car’s serial number. Brown Lee’s goal is to make 119 examples of the Gulf Heritage Mustang. Pricing starts at $140,000 and is available as a coupe and as a convertible.
This price puts this car in class as other high-horsepower machines like Jaguar F-Type, Acura NSX, Nissan GT-R, and upmarket variants of the Porsche 911.