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Ford Mustang RTR gets styling upgrades & adjustable sway bars

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Ford has teamed up with professional drifter Vaughn Gittin Jr.’s RTR Vehicles to create this Series 1 Mustang RTR package for the 2019 model.

Speaking of which, it includes upper grille with LED lights, hood vents, RTR fender badges, puddle lamps, Performance Pack 1 spoiler with RTR Gurney flap, body graphics and staggered wheel and tire package – 19 x 9.5-inch front and 19 x 10-inch rear.

Interiors get RTR floor mats, shift knob, serialized dash plaque, illuminated RTR Powered by Ford Performance sill plates and certificate of authenticity.

As for the other bits, the Ford Performance suspension has adjustable sway bars which apparently can change the chassis balance for either passive or MagneRide suspensions to suit twisty backroad driving, laying down lap times, drifting or blasting down a drag strip.

Nothing else on the performance side has changed. The EcoBoost Mustang still produces 310 hp while the Mustang GT has 460 hp on offer. Transmission is a 6-speed manual.

Only 500 Series 1 Mustang RTR conversion kits with factory-backed limited warranties will be sold and installed at select Ford dealers, starting in early 2019.

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