To be more precise the 2011 Ford Mustang GT has been targeted by German aftermarket developer Design-World, which has created a complete modification package in order to completely transform the car.
The tuning trip, which uses the CFC-Sundern Mustang Project designation, started under the hood, where the standard five-liter V8 engine produces 412 hp. The powerplant has been fitted with an open air filter with air box and has received an ECU remap, now allowing the person behind the wheel to play with 435 hp.
Even though we don’t have a lot of extra power, Design-World has decided to tweak the connection to the road, installing a H&R suspension, which not only improves the car’s handling, but also makes it look meaner and replacing the standard rims with a set of 20-inch wheels that come with a sporty multi-spoke design, using 255/35ZR20 tires on the front axle and 285/30ZR20 tires on the back axle.
The vehicle has been dressed in foil, receiving multiple finishes, including metallic black, metallic orange, as well as carbon fiber. The interior has also received certain custom touches, such as a Shaker audio system which probably does exactly what its name says.