WATCH: The New 2013 RTR Mustang Getting Sideways!


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Ever since Formula Drift champ Vaughn Gittin Jr. unveiled his first 2011 Vaughn RTR design, it’s been a big hit with Mustang enthusiasts everywhere whether it’s the wheels, rear wing, front splitter or the rear diffuser or the whole dealer-installed package. Although, the handling was stiffer with a harsh suspension setup, things have changed! We’ve been teased with renderings of the new and improved 2013 Mustang RTR all over the web and our wait is finally over! Check out the video of one gorgeous RTR in action:

This year this bad boy comes with an adjustable suspension setup and up to a crazy 624 impressive horses when paired with the optional Ford Racing supercharger. That’s not all, folks. This thing has a redesigned front fascia, side splitters, aluminum rear spoiler and rear diffuser. One thing that stayed the same, those awesome 19-inch RTR wheels! I so dig ‘em!

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Now you have the ability to choose between a couple versions of the new RTR. One of those versions has been labeled the Spec 1 which consists of pretty much the basics. However, the Spec 2 ‘Stang is fully loaded with the option of a 525 hp or 624 hp Ford Racing supercharger setup. Can you say, hell yes?! Can’t wait to see what the hoonigan has in store with this!

What do you think of the new 2013 RTR? Badass or no? Comment below and tell us!

Written by Andrew

Drive fast, live free, question everything and do whatever it takes to have fun.

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