Zero to 60 Design unveils its striking Mustang GTT at SEMA

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Zero to 60 Design has unveiled its striking Mustang GTT for the 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, sporting supercar-rivaling good looks.

Created to pay homage to the Ford GT supercar, the Mustang GTT is built off a brand-new Ford Mustang GT coupe with entirely new bodywork (except the roof) custom fabricated at the outfit’s facility in Corona, California in just six weeks.

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Replete with an aggressive front fascia, circular taillights, integrated bootlid spoiler and flare wheel arches housing 22-inch wheels wearing Pirelli P Zero tyres, the GTT is an eye-catching piece of craftsmanship.

Underneath the bonnet, the donor car’s 5.0-litre V8 has been augmented by a supercharger and pumps out 597kW, while stopping power comes courtesy of Brembo brakes. Finally, a set of sporty Eibach suspension rounds out the upgrade.

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The Mustang GTT will be built in limited numbers in 2017, with Zero to 60 Design confirming they already received a handful of enquiries from potential customers.

Source: Motor1

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