Ford's RTR vehicles are well-known for their innovative customizations of muscle vehicles and trucks. RTR, a company owned by Formula D champion Vaughn Gittin Jr., is gearing up to release its next product, the all-new S650 Mustang. Even though it's already well known that it's coming, RTR nevertheless made sure to publish a new teaser on the Mustang 7G forum so that everyone may eyeball it. RTR Vehicles previously posted a photo of the Mustang RTR Spec 2's top grille on Instagram, showcasing its mesh design and trapezoidal LED lighting. This is only a taste of the new design; further external updates are forthcoming. If an older concept drawing of the vehicle serves as any hint, the changes may consist of a new front splitter, new side sills, and new wheels.
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2024 Ford Mustang RTR: Expected Performance
The post's mention of an RTR Spec 2 model hints at the return of performance enhancements from the manufacturer. Thanks to its Whipple supercharger, the current-generation Mustang RTR Spec 5 generates 750bhp and 834Nm of torque. With the 2024 Ford Mustang using the same powertrains as the current-gen model, the next-gen RTR might have a comparable output figure if a Spec 5 trim level is available.
The new Dark Horse's 5.0-litre V-8 makes 500bhp and 566Nm of torque, while the 5.0-litre Coyote V-8 makes 486bhp and 566Nm of torque. Meanwhile, the 315 horsepower and 476 Nm of torque come from the 2.3-litre EcoBoost. Standard on the 2024 Ford Mustang GT is a six-speed manual gearbox, with an optional ten-speed automatic gearbox.
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2024 Ford Mustang RTR: Other Details
A Mustang GT in Vapour Blue will be the first to get the new grille. On May 24th, 2024, in Orlando, FL, RTR Vehicles will show off the 2024 Mustang RTR Spec 2. Upgraded from the previous iteration, the grille now has tiered LED lights that provide the impression of infinite space. From what we can see, it's meant to sit above the Mustang emblem up front, but it should be able to be installed using the same screws and clips as the factory grille.
This is only one of several additions to the S650 Ford Mustang that RTR has prepared, and they will soon be shown off to the public. The website's drawing of the next-generation RTR Mustang gives fans faith in the car's good looks.
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