Roush has finally taken the wraps of its latest tuning package for the Ford Mustang, presenting onlookers at the National Mustang Show over the weekend the brand new RTC for the first time. The new two-tone Mustang coupe sports a unique bodykit with a new font fascia, lip spoiler, hood scoop and rear wing, and sits on a set of 20in chrome wheels.

The new 2009 Roush RTC will be available for sale within the next couple of months and is priced at $13,375 plus a donor Mustang. While the kit consists of mostly styling and cosmetic changes, Roush also offers a new optional chrome ROUSHcharger for the V8 model that boosts power to 430hp (320kW) and costs an additional $6,250.

The latest kit is the last Roush design for the current S-197 Mustang as Ford will be releasing a facelifted Mustang next year for the 2010 model year.

The full kit includes the new bodykit, as well as custom fog lights, a new grille, two-tone paint, Roush door sills, unique badging, four-piece performance pedals, leather trim and an engine bay plaque. Optional performance mods include a boost gauge, a short-throw shifter, sports exhaust system and a performance brake package.