British tuning company Clive Sutton is planning to offer an entire roster of performance and design enhancements to the Ford Mustang, which for the first time ever can be had in a right hand drive configuration.
Clive Sutton has a plethora of tweaks included in its new tuning program for the European Ford Mustang. The base option is the CS350 which takes for a spin the 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine – now fitted with a cold air intake and a four-tailpipe sports exhaust system. Thanks to the upgrades, the model now packs 330 horsepower. Up next is the medium level CS500 which grows starting from the Mustang GT – its 5.0-liter V8 engine gets fitted with a cold air intake and a four-tailpipe sports exhaust system, with the total output massaged to reach 440 hp. The range-topping option is the CS700 which again gets developed starting from the 5.0-liter V8 engine, this time featuring a Whipple supercharger and an upgraded intercooler.
With these modifications, the CS700 Ford Mustang from Clive Sutton will pack a punch thanks to its newly found 645 hp found under the hood. But wait, there’s even more – because the CS700 modification pack is also optionally fitted with a bigger throttle body, upgraded fuel injectors, and a high-performance pulley. In this latter form the total horsepower rating jumps off the 70 mark. To handle all this might, the Ford Mustang can also be treated to a high-performance braking system, a KW coilover suspension, and a premium audio system. Design is also touched at Clive Sutton thanks to the Appearance pack which boasts a carbon fiber front splitter, carbon fiber side skirts, and a carbon fiber rear spoiler – just to mention the highlights.