Have you been fantasising about a Mustang without the sense of duty regarding upkeep that an old one will have you locked into? Hold that idea as we present to you the 2017 Roush RS3 Mustang.
Craig Dean’s Melbourne-based Mustang Motorsport has for quite some time been the hot spot for motor-heads to acquire their must-have Mustang, as the official Australian Roush products merchant.
With the accomplishment of being number one worldwide Roush merchant in 2016 and 2017 added to his repertoire, he’s been conceded a permit to create a limited production run of the tuning house’s impressive Stage 3 (RS3) Mustang.
The presentation of the RS3 here is viewed as a noteworthy advance for the company globally and something of a housing for Mustang Motorsport.
Initially an American household make, the RS3 Mustang is charged as a definitive in American muscle vehicles, with race execution, braking and handling, while at the same time holding a great part of the comfort and luxury of a standard car.
Under the hood is the ‘Roush-charged’ 5.0lt V8 that boasts 670 HP (492kW) cordiality of the Roush Performance R2300 TVS supercharger. With Dean as a reference, with the correct operator and tire combo, a ten-second quarter-mile time is a genuine plausibility.
What’s more, if that isn’t sufficient power to the pedal for you, simply tick the discretionary 727 Horse Power (534kW) box.
The 2017 RS3 Mustang accompanies a seven state and territory legitimate ADR building compliance and is sponsored by a three-year/60,000 limited guarantee.
Estimated price for the RS3 Mustang is around $61,700, announced at the launch held at the Phillip Island Motorsport Festival on March 9, where Roush Director of Engineering and Product Development, Robert Brown, and other important Roush compatriates Kevin McLaughlin and Tony Marszalek were in participation.
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