Roush has just announced their upgrade packages for the new 2013 Mustang. The new model will add an even more aggressive look compared to their previous packages, and as usual, will be offered in three different stages. The most powerful version, Stage 3, will deliver up to 565 HP.

All three stages have received the newly designed 6th generation Roush Aerobody package that includes a remodeled Roush upper grille, high-flow lower grille, corner fascia aero-pockets with driving lamps, and a front chin splitter. It continues with a new hood scoop, rocker panel and rear fascia side splitters, a three-piece rear decklid spoiler, new ROUSH rear aero-valance featuring race-inspired diffusers, and integrated dual chambered, chrome exhaust tips. The Mustang will ride on a new set of 18" aluminum, five spoke, chromed wheels.

The Stage 3 version gets a bit extra in the form of an RS3 graphics package available in multiple color. The interior features a custom gauge cluster, Roush embroidered floor mats, a Roush center console button, and a Stage 3 dash medallion.

Under the hood of the new Stage 3 Mustang is a newly updated Roush supercharged 5.0L-4v powertrain delivering a massive 565 HP and 505 lb-ft of torque. No details have been revealed on the car’s performance just yet, but we will get back to you as soon as we have them!

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  (453) posted on 05.7.2012

I already don’t like it from the start, and it seems like Roush has made it worse instead of making its stylish better.

  (463) posted on 05.7.2012

I can’t bear to see its ugly appearance, really. It’s good that I just have to focus on its performance; I’m thankful that at least, it’s advantageous on that aspect.

  (459) posted on 04.11.2012

Actually, I can’t distinguish the differences. I’m always looking at an awkward fascia, and I often read about a powerful performance. I think that’s all to it to Ford now.

  (300) posted on 04.10.2012

Ah, why did I even check out this one? Roush made its already unappealing style worse.

  (409) posted on 04.10.2012

Okay, its performance is highly acceptable. However, its appearance isn’t.

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