2009 SEMA Preview: The 2010 Steeda Q Series Mustang
The folks at Steeda showed off the first edition of their take on the 2010 Ford Mustang in July with the debut of the Steeda Sport Edition Mustang. That model featured underdrive pullies, a short throw shifter, a "performance air cleaner", sport springs, and a variety of dress up items to help it stand out from the factory produced 2010 Mustangs. The upgrades, with an MSRP of $6,995, give someone just a glimpse of what Steeda has developed with their racing program for the last twenty years, and all of that experience has been combined to create the new 2010 Steeda Q Series Mustang.
These images are the only current looks at the Q Series Mustang, and the only real information that has been given is the release date; November 3, 2010 at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. I will be there to bring you a good look at the 2010 Steeda Q Series, including pictures and full specifications, but for the time being Steeda is only teasing us - leaving us to speculate what to expect from the Q Series.
In their press release (below), Steeda comments that there has been
extensive testing of the 2010 Q Series Mustang, so that would lead me
to believe that we won't be seeing a Coyote 5.0 under the hood just
yet, but rather a heavily modified 4.6L, 3V engine. The odds are
better than not that the Q Series will feature forced induction,
offering big power to make this a race ready road car. Also, based on
past Steeda models, we can expect an impressive spread of suspension
goodies, furthering the Q's track ready capabilities.
For the time being, all we have to go on is Steeda's history with the Mustang, and these two pictures supplied by the good people at Steeda, but with SEMA less than a month away, we will soon find out what exactly the 2010 Steeda Q Series Mustang has in store for the performance world.
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The Full Press Release From Steeda.
A few months ago we teased you with a disguised "sneak peak" of our latest high performance Mustang - now, in advance of it's upcoming official debut in a few short weeks, we are pulling the wraps off and are releasing a much more revealing image of the newest, meanest, and best styled Steeda Mustang to ever rip the asphalt: The 2010 Steeda Q Mustang Series!
With an arresting exterior appearance, that includes an aggressive front air dam that incorporates ample cooling airflow while improving aerodynamic efficiency of the vehicle. This new Q-Series, the result of ongoing intense development and refinement, is guaranteed to continue Steeda Autosport's traditions of winning both on and off the racetracks.
With hundreds of hours of Computer Aided Design work completed, and extensive computer and wind tunnel analysis completed, as well as vigorous road coarse testing done in secret to avoid the prying eyes of spy photographers, we are confident that we have evoked the next evolution of our halo performance series that is completely without compromise today.
The development of this vehicle series is yet another example how the entire Team at Steeda Autosports takes great pride in designing, engineering, and manufacturing our products with the single goal of providing our discerning customers with the highest quality, race proven and track tested vehicles/components available anywhere.
"Simply put - no other car has won more races and set more records in production based classes than the Steeda Q Series of high performance Mustangs and I am confident that our 2010 version will carry on that same Steeda tradition" commented Dario Orlando, the founder of Steeda Autosports, "In all of our Q-Series of high performance Mustangs, we never compromise or take shortcuts, our customers who demand maximum performance, bullet-proof reliability, and class leading race honed styling wouldn't have it any other way!"
This latest evolution of the limited production Q-Series Mustang series will have it's official public debut at the 2009 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada on November 3, 2009. Follow future Press releases for complete details about its official reveal - you will not want to miss it!