The article contains renderings by Abimelec Design that are neither related to nor endorsed by Ford.
The latest-generation Ford Mustang turned quite a lot of heads at its September debut, in particular the potent Dark Horse variant designed as the most track-focused 5.0-liter V8 Mustang model ever.
Given that customer deliveries of the muscle car haven’t started, we haven’t had the opportunity to see what the new Mustang will look like when it receives a bunch of aftermarket accessories and add-ons. Fortunately, we don’t have to wait as Abimelec Design has rendered the Mustang with a host of visual alterations.
In creating the ultimate seventh-generation Mustang, the talented designer started with the Dark Horse variant and equipped it with a widebody kit that adds flared front and rear wheel arches.
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Next, the front fascia of the Ford was tweaked with some additional matte black accents under the aggressive grille. Abimelec Design also crafted a prominent splitter for the car and while it wouldn’t be practical in the real world, it definitely looks good.
The changes made to the car continue along the sides where you will no doubt notice the matte bronze five-spoke deep-dish wheels that suit the character of the Dark horse perfectly and are wrapped in Toyo R888 tires. It is also rocking a pair of more prominent side skirts.
Rounding out the modifications is the removal of the Dark Horse’s standard rear wing and the fitment of a prominent ducktail lip spoiler. The panel between the taillights has also been blacked-out.
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