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The Warrior Returns: 2016 Roush Warrior Mustang

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This year, Roush Performance and Military AutoSource are bringing back a potent pony car for overseas members of the US military: the Roush Warrior Mustang.

Based on the V8-powered Ford Mustang GT, the Roush Warrior Mustang offers up the same 670 horsepower as the firm’s Stage 3 Mustang thanks to a 2.3-liter TVS (Twin Vortices Series) supercharger. The Ford Mustang Performance Pack comes standard, as does a pair of racing-grade half shafts – new for 2016. Exhausting the Roush Warrior Mustang’s spent gasses to the atmosphere is a quad-tip Roush Performance exhaust kit, lest anyone not be able to hear all 670HP.

Photo: Military AutoSource
Photo: Military AutoSource

Beyond that, the 2016 Roush Warrior Mustang comes with a number of visual enhancements, including a new side stripe package with a “670” graphic and a new “Roush Warrior” badge, a white shift ball, “Warrior” floor mats, and “Warrior” embroidery on the seat headrests. A few spiffy-looking body pieces, like a custom front fascia, front chin splitter, and rear spoiler round out the list of alterations.

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The cost of all this? Pricing for the 2016 Roush Warrior Mustang starts at $61,969 through Military AutoSource, and as we’ve said, the car is only available to overseas US military members. But then, it’s a heroic car for heroic people; perhaps it should be a bit exclusive.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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