Usually, it’s the Americans that go to excess with power mods but not this time. The German tuner GeigerCars took the already impressive Ford Mustang GT and undoubtedly made it better.
The stock muscle car produced 303kW and 525Nm of torque, impressive figures and generally adequate for 99% of the population. However, for the 1% not satisfied, GeigerCars will reliably boost the pony to 611kW with 759Nm of torque.
The Germans have taken no shortcuts in this build, after all achieving a 308kW improvement is no easy feat. The motor has been upgraded with forged pistons, steel connecting rods, a fine-balanced crankshaft, stainless steel exhaust, cold air intake and the key component; a 2.9-litre supercharger.
Complementing the impressive engine performance is a new sport-tuned suspension, Torsen torque sensing limited-slip differential, Brembo brakes and a 3:73:1 final drive.
Obviously, no performance package would be complete without some visual modifications. The GeigerCar’s Mustang receives a full carbon-fibre body kit consisting of a front splitter, open grille, side skirts, boot-lid spoiler and rear diffuser. Furthering the aggressive demeanour, the car rides on 20″ forged wheels with performance matched Michelin 255/35 front and 295/30 rear tyres.
Talking price, the upgrade doesn’t come cheap. The complete package will set you back $163,649 by today’s exchange rate which is almost 3 times the price of a brand new Ford Mustang GT Fastback.
Better start saving now or sell a kidney to afford this one.