The unveiling of the 2015 Ford Mustang is still fresh in a lot of people’s minds and yet somehow, a couple of aftermarket companies known for developing programs for the Blue Oval’s beloved pony car are already working on official renderings for their future builds.
GAS, the aftermarket arm of Galpin Ford, the largest Ford dealership in the world, is probably responsible for the most modified Mustangs among all tuning companies. So with the 2015 Mustang officially making its debut last week, Galpin went with a wide-body treatment of the American muscle car , complete with bolt-on widebody fenders fender, a hellacious-looking front splitter, wider wheel arches, a lowered suspension, and the addition of new aero components like those side sills and the huge rear wing at the back.
Not one to be outdone, Steeda Automotive also took its time in the creative seat to visualize what the new Mustang would look like if it went under the aftermarket knife in Steeda’s care. Compared to what GAS rendered, Steeda’s version is a lot more subtle, and dare we say more realistic for a Mustang. Maybe even a little too simple with just the new black hood, a new set of black wheels, side graphics, and the Steeda windshield banner.
Of course, both these renders only show the cosmetic and aerodynamic side of their future programs. There will also undoubtedly be engine modifications coming from both, and that’s the most exciting part because as people who love the aftermarket scene as much as we do, imagining the power additions GAS and Steeda can put on the Mustang is enough to drive our imaginations crazy.