Ford Mustang Long Nose Is V12-Rated, Looks Spot On

Ford Mustang Long Nose rendering 1 photo
Photo: yasiddesign/Instagram
Those of you who are tuned into our Speed Shot tales (just check out the dedicated tag below) might be familiar to this Long Nose Mustang, others are obviously new to it. So, what's up with this elongated-front 'Stang? Well, this is a brilliant opportunity to remind everybody we're looking at a rendering here.
If you're still following the tale (some folks really can't digest renderings), you should know the pixel play is inspired from builds found out there, in the rearl world.

To be more precise, Yasid Oozeear, the digital artist behind the contraption, explains that the eye candy was kick-started by British developer Kahn Design's Flying Huntsman Land Rover Defenders, which we've discussed in the past.

Now, the original Long Nose Mustang rendering came in a solid color, namely a shade of grey. This time around, though, the pixel wielder decided to gift the machine with some sort of livery.

And, as I've did in the past, I'll mention those Turbofan wheels, which, in theory, suck air from under the car, thus generating downforce and cooling the brakes.

As for the little piece of acrylic sitting atop of the rear diffuser, this is one of the vanity plates the said company owns - such plates are quite something in the UK and they can sometimes be even more expensive than the machines they're strapped to.

In case you're wondering, the artist is going through a bit of a Long Nose phase, so the Ford Mustang isn't his only creation of the sort. For instance, here's what happens when a Nissan 370Z is given such a treatment.

PS:If you're willing to see how the Kahn headquarters in Bradford, UK, looked like back in 2012 when I dropped by, you can find it all here. If, however, you're a Wacky Races fan wishing to actually turn this pony into a project, you'd better give the artist a message.

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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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