What about dealing with the frustration of having to drive at legal speeds with the constant temptation of a fully blown Roush performance V-8 beckoning you to drop the hammer at every set of lights?
If all this sounds too much for you, then the new Sport Mustang package from Roush may be the answer. Designed for the 2011 Ford Mustang, the Sport kit will set you back around $4,600 and give your car all the looks of a tuned hot rod but without any of the engine mods that actually make it hot.
The kit is comprised of mostly of aerodynamic mods, including a new front fascia and front splitter, rear fascia, side splitters, and a three-piece rear wing. There’s also Roush’s signature graphics to give your car a little extra pep in the looks department.
There’s also a host of additional extras, such as an exhaust kit, lowering springs, uprated brakes, leather-trimmed sport bucket seats, white-face gauges and a short-throw shifter with choice of shifter ball or billet knob.
Of course, once you get tired of the Mustang’s stock V-8, you can always call Roush and get them to install some of their legendary performance mods under the hood.