There are a bunch of different companies out there who make customized Mustang GTs. One of the best-known is Roush with cars like the Gulf Livery Stage 3 Mustang that was seen last month. A lesser-known company that makes a very good looking custom Mustang is Peregrine Automotive with the Revenge GT.
The Revenge GT is 6 inches wider than a standard Mustang. The only parts of the Mustang GT the Revenge GT is based on that aren’t modified is the roof and doors. Since the Revenge GT uses lots of carbon fiber, it weighs in at a few hundred pounds less than a normal Mustang GT.
It has big 345/30/20 tires on the back and 295/35/20 on the front. The tires are Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires mounted on Forgeline wheels. The car uses Brembo brakes to stop. It’s good that the car has much wider tires, it will need them to put all the power the Whipple supercharged 800 horsepower V8 makes to the ground.
The interior is covered in hand-stitched leather, and before the custom body was made, the designers evaluated the panels for drag and downforce in the virtual world. The wing and aero of the car is designed to keep the center of downforce near the center of gravity. The company is making 35 coupes and 15 convertibles. No performance specifications are given for the car.
Looking at the images, it’s hard to tell how wide the car is until you see it from the back. The front end has hints of Dodge Charger in it to us. The car looks similar to the new 2020 GT500 from some angles. A conversion starts at $139,000, presumably on top of the price of the donor Mustang GT.
Source: DuPont Registry