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2013 Ford Mustang by M2-Motoring


Ford Mustang is currently in its fifth generation with the sixth generation just around the corner. Each of the generations have their own design and features that set it apart, but for the 2012 SEMA Auto Show, M2-Motoring will showcase a Mustang that will incorporate the highlights of each generation on one amazing Mustang concept.

M2-Motoring wanted to improve every aspect of the muscle car’s performance so they made any change they could possibly think of. This began with the heavy use of lightweight carbon fiber and other weight reduction techniques. The engine’s output was increased thanks to forced induction, but the results of that modifications are still being kept under wraps.

The aerodynamic package includes a new carbon fiber front lip and side skirts, a carbon fiber hood, and a carbon fiber roof with racing stripes running through. The concept is panted in a custom Valencia orange paint and sits on a new set of 20" Savini forged wheels.

The hype for the Mustang by M2-Motoring is definitely greater than the modifications we see as of right now. We’re hoping that when the 2012 SEMA Auto Show opens its doors, the tuner will lay out the rest of details.



12 comments:

it may be a good car, but it gets bad by seeing too many. if i were to participate, i would choose a not-so-popular car, just to make it something special.

few or many, the mustang is a good car with huge tuning potential. that is why it has been the base car of choice for so many tuners.

all the mustang projects should have a class of their own. and that is because they are so many!

this project looks good. but then again, so do the other mustangs. we will see which will be the best.

as brad said, those details may yet to be unveiled. we will see all the facts when SEMA opens. until then, i still think it is a good car!

the "mustang" theme is getting redundant. i get it that it’s an american classic, but there are other cars too.

they may have reduced the body weight and up-graded the engine. but what about the rest? the suspension, brakes, exhaust?

the car looks good. the technical modifications seem just right. and i am sure there are more good things about this concept, but they keep the details for the big day.

john, the M2 tuner tackled important aspects of the mustang. this may set them apart.

i do not see how this can be better than other concepts.

this car sure has carbon-everything and an engine that sounds promising. maybe it will be one of the best mustangs out there.

there are lots of tuned mustangs up for this year’s SEMA.

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