Slowly but surely, small pieces of information have been leaking out about the Shelby GT350 Mustang twins, including a rather interesting comment made by Ford’s Shelby Brand Manager, Jim Owens.
None of the new Mustang’s track-friendly features are going to help the driver of this 2013 Shelby GT500 Mustang at Hockenheim in Germany.
While the Mustang badge itself is one of the most iconic nameplates in the history of the automobile, there’s no other name more synonymous with Ford than Shelby. Just ask the Blue Oval.
To help beef up the visual oomph of this Shelby GT500 Mustang, the owner added nitrous dumps routed to the cowl of the hood, and through the mouth of the Cobra emblem on the grille.
When you think of something that’s epically fast, how much horsepower do you imagine it having? 1,000? You’re definitely getting into hypercar territory, although most modified Supras now crank out that much, too. What about a Mustang that could smoke all of those cars?