The New S550 2015 MustangDiscussions on the upcoming next generation of the Ford Mustang - expected to arrive in 2014 with the platform name S550.
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That is most definitely a total performance set-up. No way you could drive that on the street sitting that low. However, it does offer some tasty hints as to the true potential of the beast. There are some nice body panel add-ons like the side vents behind the front wheels and what seems like a smaller snout. Notice on the first video, on the track, the car goes over a bump at the apex of the sweeping left, showing off the IRS.
If you remove the front splitter I think it would be fine. You hear that splitter hitting the ground multiple times throughout the video. Remove it and I don't think it is any lower than a corvette.
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