The Pro Formula Drift driver and all-around motorsports star Vaughn Gittin Jr. has decided it’s time for another project revolving around making the Ford Mustang a bad ass supercar.
Naturally, the aftermarket build is being presented for the first time officially in front of a worldwide live audience at the upcoming SEMA show in Las Vegas. Just like the other RTR Mustangs before, Gittin Jr.’s build carries some special, traditional design elements, including the aggressive front fascia with signature triangular-shaped LED accenting lights in the grille. There’s also a new front splitter, a sculpted hood, new high-spoke wheels, black accent striping on the hood and side profile, as well as a subtle lip spoiler.
There are no details about the level of performance the racer has instilled – but we should expect something around the 700 horsepower mark, considering the outgoing Spec 3 RTR Mustang, showcased during SEMA in 2015, has 670 horsepower (499 kilowatts) courtesy of a supercharged 5.0-liter V8. The new one will even bring a supercharger kit for the 2.3-liter EcoBoost model, along with extra features such as adjustable dampers and sway bars, lowering springs, a cold air intake system, and a bespoke Magnaflow exhaust system.