Ford Mustang Boss 302 Online Configurator Goes Live
You should definitely check the Recaro cloth sports seats, even though they will set you back an extra $1,995. Despite costing $40,995, the 2012 performance machine still sound like a true bargain.
Despite the fact that a navigation system won't be available, the short option list includes Accessory Package with floor mats and car cover for an extra $475, plus Yellow Blaze Tri-Coat paint at an additional cost of $495. The track-oriented Laguna Seca Package comes in at $47,990.
As it is clearly aimed at enthusiasts more interested in on-track performance than creature comforts, the Boss 302 Laguna Seca has increased body stiffness, a firmer chassis set-up and an aerodynamics package carried over almost in its entirety from the Ford Racing Boss 302R.
"The team at Ford wanted to offer their fellow Mustang enthusiasts something really special - a beautifully balanced factory-built race car that they could drive on the street," explains Dave Pericak, Mustang chief engineer. "The Ford Mustang Boss 302 isn't something a Mustang GT owner can buy all the parts for out of a catalog or that a tuner can get by adding a chip. This is a front-to-back re-engineered Mustang with every system designed to make a good driver great and a great driver even better."
We will just remind you that the 302 gets a total of 440 hp from its 5.0-liter engine, thanks to a new intake and more aggressive camshafts.
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Add a Head-Up display to Sync & we'd have an F-22 on the street !!