Zero To 60 Designs Custom Mustang And Its Going To Be Available Soon For $125,000
Muscle car enthusiasts will recall the custom Mustang which took its inspiration from the Ford GT at the last SEMA show.
It was created by Zero to 60 Designs and was so good that Ford said it could not be called a Ford. Well, they are now available for sale. Zero to 60 Designs are planning to initially make a limited number of 50 GTTs available. They doubled their initial plant to make 25. Prices for these amazing vehicles will start at around the $125 000 mark. Not only can you now buy them but you will even have 3 models to choose from.
Starting out is the standard GTT sporting a Magnaflow exhaust, Eibach coil-over suspension and stunning 22-inch wheels wrapped in 265/30 and 303/30 Pirelli P-Zero tires. You get to select the body color yourself. All body panels, with the exception of the roof are made of race car composite materials and took their styling from the legendary Ford GT. Next up is the GTT-S coming in at around $142,500. This beast has a ProCharger Stage II supercharger.
No official horsepower has been confirmed by Zero to 60 Designs but the same spec was used for the show car and that was quoted as having 800 horsepower. Included in the package will be tinted windows, Brembo brakes as well as a sway bar kit from Eibach. Proudly top of the pack is the GTT-SL. Here you can expect to pay $149,000 but over and above the GTT-S you will also enjoy a premium sound system, carbon fiber trim on the door panels and dash as well as the seats, center console and package tray.
Production is starting now in January and it will take approximately 6 weeks to get your car. The Zero to 60 Designs GTTs will not be sold under the Ford brand but will look the part of a merge between two of the best-loved performance cars, the GT and the Mustang. The sight and sound of these magnificent, unique vehicles are guaranteed to turn heads wherever you take it.