Ford recently unveiled a high end version of the 2011 Mustang dubbed as the RTR. The package was developed in collaboration with Formula Drift Mustang GT driver, Vaughn Gittin Jr. and can now be availed through select dealers of Ford for $7,895.
The RTR features rear diffuser, aluminum spoiler, extensions for the side sill, and chin spoiler. Other highlights of the car include the distinctive stripes, 19-inch rims with FK-452 Falken tires, and an interior trim that includes custom shifter, RTR emblems, and exclusive mats.
The car manufacturer has not officially released the performance numbers of the Mustang RTR. They also tweaked the ECU of the car, installed an air filter that is high flow, and racing mufflers.
The goal of the project is to introduce a Mustang package that will appeal to the younger crowd and lovers of muscle cars as well. The package is currently offered for Mustang GTs with a V6 package due before the end of the year. The team of Michigan-based Classic Design Concepts builds the package.
Teasers of the RTR Carbon are being shown at the MustangRTR.com with a sticker price expected to hit $135,000. No details have been released for the RTR Carbon.