Ford Mustang GT with a twist of German tuning


The Ford Mustang has been sliced and diced in so many ways in America that anything new done to it doesn’t seem to surprise us anymore, but that didn’t stop Europe from taking a stab at it.

Across the Atlantic, the latest Mustang GT got some serious customization from a German tuning company called Design World. The company is introducing a tuning package that will greatly enhance the exterior while providing little performance boost under the hood. The exterior of the new Mustang GT receives a vibrant two-tone black and orange color scheme. In addition, carbon fiber material finished off the roof, hood dome, bumpers and the rear spoiler. And in the interior, the orange color theme continues with trimming on the steering and dashboard.

To round out the look of the new Ford Mustang GT, Design World added H&R sport suspension and 20-inch alloy wheels finished in black with orange-colored in the outer rims, and it wrapped with 255/35 ZR20 tires up front and 285/30 ZR20 at the rear.

The Ford Mustang GT receives a bit of a horsepower boost from 412 horsepower to 435 horsepower with the help of a mild reprogramming of the ECU and a performance air filter.

The Design World tuning package for the Ford Mustang GT is set at €12,150 ($17,320), which is about $4,000 less than for a whole base-model Mustang in the States.