Fifth Generation Ford Mustangs still retain the classic retro looks of their ancestors, the 1960's mustangs, but they received a serious face-lift nonetheless. Between 2005 and 2009 several models of fifth generation Mustangs have been released, and the 2010 versions sport an even more amazing redesign.
American tuning company Shelby came up with a programme for the 5.0-liter Ford Mustang GT. The package will be release sometime in 2010, but the information they have released so far is interesting to say the last. Shelby intend to pay homage to the discontinued 1970's Mustang GT350, The GT engine was supercharged and received some ECU tuning, and should be able to cough up around 500 horsepower. Roush Performance and Saleen Autosport have also produced some high power versions of the Ford Mustang. There is certainly no shortage of performance Mustang parts available.
Chip Foose turned out an extraordinary tuned version of the Mustang GT, with Edelbrock supercharger system, Rouse body kit, Magnaflow exhaust, and Foose wheels wrapped in Pirelli tires. Too bad the car is a custom made, therefore unique.
The 2010 Steeda Q Series Ford Mustang is expected to be quite the powerful drive. The Steeda Q Series is know for its aggressive looks and incredible speed, and after all the wind-tunnel testing that the Steeda engineers are boasting with, the end result will most likely be quite a hit.
Geiger Cars offer an interesting tuning package for 2009 Mustangs that will fir both convertibles and coupes. The Geiger engineers reworked the car’s engine and increased the displacement from 4.6L to 5.2L, installed sport camshafts and reinforced the valve train.
And with the release of the redesigned 2010 fifth generation Mustang, the tuning companies just hit another gold mine.