Roush has been selling hop up parts for the Mustang and other vehicles for many years. The company also cooks up cars that you can buy from some Ford dealers ready to roll that are heavily modified. The latest Mustang from Roush is the 2019 Roush Stage 3 and it is a beast.
The RS3 gets a Phase 1 TVS R2650 supercharger bumping the stock 5.0L V8 engine at 250hp bump over the stock 460hp. The car gets more than just a blower in the RS3 conversion. It also gains performance coil over suspension with optional 3-way adjustable coil overs. That allows the car to pull 1.07g on the skid pad.
The car also gets a body workover with a new aero kit and a sport interior package. Buyers can also option an active exhaust system that has sound adjustable via a smartphone or tablet app. You will need to pay for the base Mustang GT and then add another $22,925 on top of that to pay for the car. Shipments start October 10 with pre-orders kicking off September 1.
via AutoblogFiled Under: Auto News