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Forbidden Fruit: The Ford Mustang R-SPEC Is the Mustang You Can’t Have

Ford, along with Herrod Performance, announces the limited-edition Mustang R-SPEC. Normally, a special edition Mustang like this would get us excited. Only problem is, this pony won’t be available in the states. It’s only available to a lucky few down under.

Yep, only 500 lucky Aussies will get their hands on the upcoming Ford Mustang R-SPEC. This stallion packs a punch with a Ford Performance supercharged 5.0-liter V8 spewing 700 horsepower and 610 lb.-ft. of torque. It’s mated exclusively to a six-speed manual transmission.

The Mustang R-SPEC comes with a plethora of performance equipment such as a Ford Performance ROUSH 2650 supercharger kit, Ford Performance 19-inch black wheels with black lug nuts, and Herrod Performance active cat back exhaust. Other performance goodies include Magneride suspension, Ford Performance shifter, and a blacked-out rear spoiler.

The Mustang R-SPEC is dressed to kill in either Grabber Lime, Twister Orange, Oxford White, and Velocity Blue. Black over-the-top stripes, black hood vents, and black badging compliment these wild paint colors.

The Mustang R-SPEC is set to go on sale in early 2020. Check out www.ford.com.au/performance/mustang-rspec for more information

Photo credit: Ford

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