Peregrine Automotive has unveiled a hopped-up Mustang GT that it calls the Revenge GT that focuses on aerodynamic enhancements with a new widebody kit. One of the key features of the new body kit for the Peregrine Automotive Revenge GT is a rear spoiler that it calls the Revenge GT Race Wing that the company claims generates 121 pounds of downforce while creating only two pounds of drag.
The conversion to Peregrine Automotive Revenge GT form includes an entire body that is stripped and replaced with carbon fiber with wide-body components. The only components that remain factory are the roof and the doors. Once the body panels are replaced, the conversion price of $139,000 includes custom paint in the color of choice for the buyer. One caveat for the conversion is that the buyer must start with a black donor car. There is an additional charge for starting with a non-black donor.
There is more to the car than a carbon fiber body kit and fancy rear spoiler alone. Under the hood, Peregrine Automotive fits the 5.0-liter V-8 engine with a stage 2, 3.0-liter Whipple supercharger with a custom tune. That pushes the car to 800 horsepower, and the builder says the 800 horsepower is legal in all 50 states. Buyers wanting even more power can order a Revenge GT with as much as 1000 horsepower. The company is only building 35 GT coupes for the entire world, with 25 units slated for the United States and ten units for overseas.
The company will build three GT convertibles in special colors with all three going to the United States. Those three cars will include units in Designo Graphite Gray Magno, Rosso Targa, and Blue Scurro. For those wanting a convertible in carbon fiber, 12 GT convertibles will be built for US delivery in either 100 percent exposed carbon fiber with a matte finish or 100 percent exposed carbon fiber with gloss finish at $159,000 per unit. The conversion also includes custom wheels, Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires all around, and a custom Brembo brake package front and rear. The interior also gets customized leather with options including the addition of long tube headers, lowering springs, race exhaust, suspension upgrades, and more. Carbon fiber wheels like the 2020 GT500 aren’t an option.
Source: Peregrine Automotive