Tuning association Clive Sutton has suggested a latest project, a Ford Mustang GT500CS.
Launched as a initial plan for a new custom-build classical Mustang programme, a restomod GT500CS is Sutton’s answer to Singer Porsche 911s.
The GT500CS is formed on a 1967 Mustang, a framework of that has been reworked and rebodied to complicated standards, and a physique embellished with colours from Ford’s stream palette. Under a bonnet, there’s a 520bhp, 5.4-litre V8 with a five-speed primer gearbox, nonetheless a four-speed involuntary is also available.
The interior has been overhauled, too; a finish retrim is finished in black leather, with a carbonfibre dashboard and centre console and LED gauges bringing modern-day elements into a 51-year-old car. Modern technologies have also been incorporated, such as traction control, a reward sound complement and a touchscreen infotainment complement featuring sat-nav and Apple CarPlay.
The initial GT500CS took 10 months to complete, during a cost to a patron of £250,000, not including a donor car. Price is supportive to a customer’s spec, however, and Sutton says that any plan can cost between £190,000 and £300,000.
Sutton offers 3 levels of customisation for a GT500CS: a entry-level automobile displayed; a Stage 1 Upgrade pack, that adds a 7.0-litre V8 with fuel injection, upgraded brakes and opposite interior trim; and a tip level, that adds Inglese racing fuel injection, coilover suspension, a tradition interior and upgraded seats.
Future business of a Sutton Bespoke programme will be means to pattern their cars around a 3D configurator, that Sutton launched during a London engine uncover today.
Also on a Sutton mount are a initial new Lincoln Navigator and Dodge Challenger SRT Demon to be alien into a UK, on sale for £89,000 and £143,000 respectively, as good as a tradition Mercedes-Benz V-Class and a Ford F-150 Raptor with several modifications and right-hand expostulate conversion.
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