Originally unveiled a couple of days ago, the new Ford Mustang Apollo Edition is now ending up in our news once more, this time with the carmaker announcing some extra details on it.
According to the blue oval, the new Mustang Apollo Edition is going to be offered for auction at the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, on the 23rd of July. This is a one-off model which has been based on the range-topping GT variant and it is getting a black and white exterior finish. The muscle car has been inspired by NASA’s Apollo program and it is also getting the six-piston brakes signed by Brembo, the 21-inch Forgiato wheels covering them, the sport tuned suspension system and so on.
Its unique styling also includes the carbon fiber front splitter, the LED underbody lights, a rear diffuser and others. The cabin is adding the black leather sport seats, the white and red contrast stitching, special floor mats, unique sill plates and an updated instrument cluster, amongst others. Under its hood, Ford is offering the 5.0 liter V8 engine, equipped with a supercharger and a sports exhaust system, allowing it to produce a total of 627 HP (467 kW) and 731 Nm (540 lb-ft) of torque. The carmaker says that proceeds from the auction will benefit the EAA youth education programs.