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2021 Roush Stage 3 Ford Mustangs Are Being Assembled Right Now

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After what feels like an extended wait for the 2021 Ford Mustang, the new model year pony car’s build and price configurator just launched, and the automaker revealed the first Mach 1s have been built at the Ford Flat Rock Assembly Plant and are on their way to dealers. Now, we also have proof that a new tuner model is coming soon, as this picture shows the first 2021 Roush Stage 3 Ford Mustangs heading down the assembly line.

These 2021 Roush Stage 3 Ford Mustangs will have quite a bit to offer when they hit the road, as they’ll all be packing a supercharged version of Ford’s 5.0L Coyote V8 that cranks out 750 horsepower and 670 pound-feet of torque. Available with either a 6-speed manual or 10-speed automatic transmission, the Stage 3 will reportedly do 0-60 as quickly as 3.6 seconds, with a quarter-mile time of 11.2 seconds. And if that isn’t enough, a 775 horsepower calibration is also newly available for the 2021 model year.

All 2021 Roush Stage 3 Ford Mustangs also come standard with the tuner’s cooling package, which consists of auxiliary coolers behind each of the high flow corner pockets, as well as heat-extracting fender vents and hood vents. Other notable bits in the R9 Aero Body Kit include wheel shrouds and an optional active carbon fiber rear spoiler.

Underneath, Roush gives Ford’s MagneRide suspension its own special tuning which, along with Continental ExtremeContact Sport tires, enables it to push 1.07gs on the skidpad. Inside the cabin, the Stage 3 is fitted with premium leather with various upgrades and color options to choose from, custom gauges, a boost gauge, and illuminated door sills, to go along with plenty of Roush embroidery.

Finished off with Jet Black-painted 20-inch Flowform wheels and a Stage 3 graphics package, the latest Roush Ford Mustang is indeed an enticing package and is also available with a host of optional upgrades for both the interior and exterior. The 2021 Roush Stage 3 Mustang is available to order now, and pricing starts out at $24,995, not including the donor car.

We’ll have more on all tuner Mustangs very soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Mustang news and non-stop Ford news coverage.

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Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. Lee Glidewell

    Yeah, I’m gonna rush right out and put my order in (insert sarcasm here). Who the heck can afford it? Is y’all’s mortgage paid off? Ok, well, perhaps if y’all can put 10% down and secure a 15-30 year low interest loan… sheesh, where does it end?

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    1. DougB

      Do you feel better after your rant? Maybe everyone doesn’t live their lives like you. Maybe some people enjoy a nice car and CAN pay for it. Maybe you should insert yourself into a better job rather than inserting sarcasm!

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    2. Stalkbroker94

      If it’s too expensive for you, just say so. Good Lord.

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    3. Todd Priest

      Whiner. Maybe go get a better job?

      Reply
  2. Mustang Al

    750 HP sure sounds nice !

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  3. Mike

    Who’s asking you to by one Lee?

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  4. Jesse Ray

    Why 25 thousand there is a ford house up i think ohio called lebanon ford i believe that their name , you can buy a ford gt mustang with supper charger for around 45,000,that and the digital 12 inch cluster , I’ll be happy,just wrecked 2019 gt with performance pack .4th mustang since 2014. HELP!!

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  5. M3incorp

    Sorry Lee, but there are a lot of people that can afford the cars. Like everything, it will be out of the price range for some people. I don’t comment negativity on things that I know I can’t afford or want.

    To answer your question, yes some of us have our homes mortgage free, though that shouldn’t determine if a person can afford it or not.

    I can say from an owners point of view, that the car is a great piece of machinery. Every single person that buys one, has probably dive the research and determined it is what they wanted to spend their money on.

    Do you say the same thing about stock trucks, SUVs that sticker in the high $70-80k range?

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  6. Don

    Does anyone know what the actual full price is? Meaning can i start out with a 27k eco boost then add 25 k to that? Meaning i can get one for around 50k? That sounds like a good deal to me… And yes i agree the days of buying a 2500 dollar running driving fox body are long gone. Along with the autotrader lol. We have the buy here pay here car lots to thank for that.lol. meaning. Anyone can finance anything so the price of a used and abused car is almost as much as a new one

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  7. Don

    Soes anyone know how much the car is out the door? Can u get a base eco boost for 27k then get the stage 3 package for 25k? Or do u have to get a v8 gt then order the stage 3 package? Im tring to get a total price? Is it around 50k or almost as much as the 500?

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    1. Chevys and Fyords

      You’re gonna need to start with a 5.0 V8.

      Reply
  8. Greg Hardeman

    Is this the new Antimatter Blue?

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