With no word on the release date of the Shelby 1000, Mustang owner’s looking for the most power from a turn-key car are going to have to turn to tuners like UBB.
Just in case there were any concerns about it living up to it’s name, the Widow Maker makes enough power to generate fear in the hearts of wives and girlfriends the world over. The supercharger sitting atop the 5.4L heart of the GT500 sends the engine to a soaring 1100 hp. They also throw in coil-overs, Brembo brakes, and a 3.75 limited slip differential. Mind you, this is the 2012 Mustang. While it does have stability and traction control, it’s not the new technology debuting in 2013 GT500.
The catch? It costs $135,000. That might seem like a steep price, but considering the Shelby 1000 costs a whopping $200,000, it comes off as a comparable bargain.