2015 Ford Mustang RTR

The completely redesigned 2015 Ford Mustang is no longer a mystery. The specs are out in the open and the pony car is already available for order. However, Detroit’s brand-new muscle car still has a lot of cool tricks up its sleeve, mostly consisting of performance and visual upgrades. Be it a factory-prepped SVT or aftermarket tunes from Saleen or Roush, Mustang enthusiasts are in for a lot of awesomeness over the next few months. Then there’s the Mustang RTR , one of the most aggressive-looking ’Stangs the market has to offer. Yes folks, Vaughn Gittin Jr.’s shop is getting ready to launch its own interpretation of the fifth-gen Mustang.

Looking back at past Mustang RTRs, including Gittin’s Monster Energy drifter, this is great news. Large front splitters, flared wheels arches, bespoke front grilles, and rear spoilers are only a few of the tweaks we can expect from RTR. Making things that much more exciting is the fact that RTR-prepped Mustang will become available at numerous Ford dealers around the world, enabling European and Asian enthusiasts to buy and drive them as well. Read on to find out what performance Mustang is about to go on sale globally.

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2015 Ford Mustang RTR in Detail

Ford Mustang RTR

The vehicle's lower bumper has also been ditched, leaving room for a carbon-fiber apron and larger splitter.

Although the 2015 Mustang RTR is not yet ready to show its sexy body in public, the brand has released a couple of renderings that reveal some of the styling details.

As with previous RTR projects, the fifth-gen Mustang is highlighted by an aggressive body kit. Up front, a new, simpler grille that incorporates triangular LED lights on its sides replaces the stock piece. The vehicle’s lower bumper has also been ditched, leaving room for a carbon-fiber apron and larger splitter.

Around back, the Mustang RTR showcases a race-like diffuser, a big trunk-lid spoiler and "RTR" graphics between the tri-bar taillights. A set of black, multi-spoke wheels and black stripes running across the car’s beltline and embracing the hood scoop complement the silver paint job. Of course, RTR will be offering numerous exterior finishes and stripe packages, so you shouldn’t worry if you’re not a fan of silver-painted Mustangs.

Besides selling the 2015 Mustang as a complete vehicle, RTR is also planning to offer many of its components as separate parts, enabling customers to personalize their Mustangs one piece at a time.

There’s no word on performance enhancements or pricing, but we’ll be right back with the full details as soon as RTR spills the beans. Stay tuned!

Ford Mustang

Ford Mustang

The mid-range Mustang gets its juice from a brand-new 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine that marks the return of the turbo inline-four for the first time since the third-gen Mustang.

Redesigned from the ground up for the 2015 model year, the sixth-generation Mustang arrives in global dealerships with a brand new exterior, a revised cabin, and numerous technological updates inside and out. Three engines are available, with output ranging between 300 horsepower and 435 ponies. The entry-level pony retains its proven 3.7-liter V-6 unit, which loses five horses for the sixth-generation, being rated at 300 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque.

The mid-range Mustang gets its juice from a brand-new, 2.3-liter, EcoBoost engine that marks the return of the turbo inline-four for the first time since the third-gen Mustang. The four-banger delivers 310 horsepower and 320 pound-feet of twist. At the top of the lineup sits the familiar 5.0-liter, Coyote V-8. Generating 435 ponies and 400 pound-feet of torque in its updated form, the powerplant adds an extra 15 horsepower and 10 pound-feet to last year’s output rating.

Pricing for the 2015 Mustang begins from $23,600 for the V6 model and from $25,170 for the EcoBoost. The GT model fetches at least $32,100.

Press Release

RTR is proud to announce the new 2015 Ford Mustang RTR and share it’s true-to-form artist renderings. The all-new 2015 Mustang RTR Spec 1 and Spec 2 serialized vehicles will begin to hit dealers worldwide in January 2015, and is based off- of the incredible new Ford Mustang S550 platform featuring independent rear suspension, an all-new 2.3L EcoBoost 4-cylinder engine making over 300HP, as well as the 5.0L V8 boasting over 435HP.

The 2015 Mustang RTR vehicles will include the aggressive styling features and the all-encompassing performance off-erings expected from the RTR brand led by World Champion Drifter and all around Mustang Mad Man Vaughn Gittin Jr.

“Ford’s Mustang team has done an incredible job with the new 2015 Ford Mustang,” says Vaughn. “The RTR team and I are pumped to work with such an incredible platform for RTR builds. Without a question, the performance and overall presence of the new Mustang RTR will impress and keep a smile on our customers’ faces whether cruising the streets or getting crazy on the track. I cannot take delivery of mine soon enough!”

Ford Mustang RTR

With the release of the 2015 Mustang RTR, serialized RTR vehicles will be exclusively available at an increasing number of Ford Dealers around the world.

“For the past couple years we have really focused on building relationships with the best dealers out there,” says Gittin. “The dealers we have partnered with so far have been very happy with the RTR program we o-er and the overall reception Mustang RTR’s receive in their dealerships. Excitement is very high around this next generation Ford Mustang.”

RTR will continue focusing on expanding its global dealership reach to support the growing demand for a Mustang package that is “Ready to Rock”! Also in January, Mustang RTR will make available for aftermarket purchase many of the same components that make up the RTR serialized vehicle package for those that would like to personalize the look and/or performance of their 2015 Ford Mustang one piece at a time. All aftermarket Mustang RTR products will be exclusively available through www.MustangRTR.com and www.AmericanMuscle.com.


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