June 7, 2013
Contributers: supercharger.heaven

Roush Performance has just released its version of Ford’s popular Mustang configurator tool, allowing anybody to go online and turn a 2014 Ford Mustang into a Roush-themed pony. Whether you’re interested in a V6-powered daily driver or a beastly V8-powered GT, Roush Performance has you covered. After choosing your Mustang, that’s when the fun starts!

For the Mustang GT, you can choose between three Roush stages to suit your driving needs. The 2014 Roush Stage 3 is the top notch package starting at $17,000 which features a 2.3L Roush TVS supercharger that bumps horsepower to 575 hp with 505 lb-ft of torque (some 150-plus horsepower over stock) and a suite of other goodies.

The Stage 2 package features a Roush Performance suspension upgrade, wheels, cosmetic upgrades for the exterior and interior, but no modifications to the powertrain. Stage 1 features mainly cosmetic and styling upgrades. No matter which package you choose, a la carte options are also available for installation.

The aforementioned additional options include engine coil covers, a 20-inch wheel upgrade and finish, dual-chamber exhaust, a seat delete with X-brace, an Aluminator forged crate engine (available only for GT Track Pack models), cosmetic upgrades, among many other mods to choose from.

For the V6 Mustang, there’s Roush RS package for $4,000, which includes upgrades such as 18-inch wheels with performance tires, and a modified Roush suspension. For an additional cost, different styling options are also available.

Roush also offers an impressive 250 color combinations to really make your car one-of-a-kind. Between your base color and the different graphic and accent colors available, you likely won’t see another one just like it driving around. It’s a perfect way to subtly represent your favorite team colors, or just create your own unique color combination to fit your personality.

So, go take a look for yourself, and happy modding!

Try it for yourself here!

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