2014 Ford Mustang GT Hollywood Hot Rods

Ford must be feeling left out considering that a bunch of other automakers, Hyundai and Chrysler , specifically, are in the middle of previewing their SEMA -bound vehicles.

So, the Blue Oval did what’s only right under these circumstances: join the party!

It already introduced the Mustang Yellow Jacket a week ago; now, a pair of new heavily-modded Mustangs have been introduced, or should we say teased, leading up to the big show this coming November.

Of the just-teased Mustang GTs , the one that was built in collaboration by Hollywood Hot Rods is the more eye-catching of the two, and for good reason. The bronze-ish color looks absolutely intense! Add that to the aerodynamic enhancements that appear to include a hand-made hardtop, new fenders, a redesigned tail secition, new wheels, and what really looks like side exhausts, and you have a completely remade Ford Mustang GT that definitely lives up to its name as straight out of Hollywood.

Like the Mustang GT Nitto Tire, the Hollywood Hot Rods’ Mustang GT also comes with massive performance modifications. And like the Mustang GT Tire, Ford hasn’t revealed any details on how much of an engine upgrade it has.

Fortunately, it won’t take us too long to find out because SEMA is just around the corner. When that time comes, we’ll know everything we need to know about a Mustang GT that already has our hearts on its strings.

Click past the jump to read about the 2014 Ford Mustang GT

2014 Ford Mustang GT

Ford Mustang

The Ford Mustang GT is one of those cars that gets the attention of people from all over the world. That’s the cache it has as one of the most iconic muscle cars in American automotive history.

The latest incarnation of this muscle car carries some noticeable changes, including the more aggressive design with a more prominent grille, a new hood, and new LED signature lighting. There is also an optional GT Track Package that brings an engine cooler, an upgraded radiator, performance friction brake pads, and the same Torsen differential found on the Mustang Boss 302.

Best of all, the 5.0-liter V-8 powertrain found under the hood of this vehicle now packs 420 horsepower, eight more than its predecessor, and 390 pound-feet of torque.

Press Release

This Mustang by the team at Hollywood Hot Rods is an extreme custom and performance-minded modification. The handmade hardtop, redesigned tail section and one-o-ff aluminum body accessories – such as the front grilles and air splitters – enhance its supercar styling.


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