• Jun 17th 2008 at 12:31PM
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This morning we were patiently awaiting our daily news regarding a new version of the Mustang, and ROUSH came through by sending us a sneak peak of its new RTC Mustang that will be officially unveiled this weekend at the National Mustang Show in Dublin, OH. There's no press release available, but from what we can gather it's a coupe version of the aesthetically-pleasing ROUSH Speedster. Standard equipment includes a special red and black two-tone paint scheme, a 4-piece body kit, upgraded suspension, 20-inch wheels, and more. A supercharger, 14-inch brakes, and a short-throw shifter can also be installed as options. A complete list of features for the RTC package can be found after the jump.

[Source: Roush via The Mustang Source]

Roush Mustang RTC Package - $13,375.00

- ROUSH 4 Piece Aero body Kit (Front Fascia, Front Chin Spoiler, Hood Scoop, and Rear Wing)
- Lower Valance Fog Lamps
- High Flow Nine Bar Grille
- Two-Tone Paint
- ROUSH Door Sill Plates
- ROUSH 20-Inch Forged Chrome Wheels with High Performance Tires
- ROUSH Fender and Decklid Badges
- ROUSH Front Windshield Banner
- ROUSH Embroidered Floor Mats
- Locking Lug Nuts
- ROUSH Billet Aluminum Shifter Handle w/ Grips (Manual Transmission Only)
- ROUSH Four-Piece Performance Pedals
- ROUSH White Face Electro Luminescent Gauge Cluster
- ROUSH Sport Leather Seating with Suede Inserts
- ROUSH Lowering Springs and Jounce Bumpers
- RTCSerialized Engine Bay Plaque


Chrome ROUSHcharger (430 hp / 400 lb-ft) $6,250.00
Vent Pod w/ Boost Gauge (ROUSHcharger Option Only) $435.00
Interior Dash Trim Kit (Carbon Fiber Design) $350.00
Quarter Window Louvers (Coupe ONLY) $315.00
Short Throw Shifter (can be used with stock shift knob or Roush billet knobs) $340.00
Short Shifter w/ Chrome Shifter Arm and White Ball Knob $445.00
Short Shifter w/ Chrome Shifter Arm and Black Ball Knob $445.00
Trunk Mounted Tool Kit $355.00
ROUSH Exhaust - Dealer Installed (Post Title) $575.00
Sport Brake Kit (slotted rotors and painted calipers) $1,450.00
Strut Tower Brace $220.00

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      • 7 Years Ago
      Well with gas prices the way they are, the only people thats going to buy the Camaro, Challenger, and Mustang are only going to be the GM, Dodge, and Ford fanboys. Everone else will be buying the rice burners and domestics equivalent.
      • 7 Years Ago

      All your mustang are belong to us!

      I love it.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Just STFU about the Mustangs posts, if you don't like them keep your comments to yourself or goto another site.
      • 7 Years Ago
      All the Mustang variations are great! because of all the ridiculouse post people write. People love Mustangs, get over it!
        • 7 Years Ago
        90% of the "special editions" are not "special editions". They are tuner packages. Lots of tuner packages equates to a very popular car.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Your absolutly right, this is intended to be the new volume leader of the Mustang line that will put Ford in the black.

        Except that it's not even put out by Ford.
        • 7 Years Ago
        If people loved them so much, they wouldn't need a new edition every week, they would sell fine on their own!
      • 7 Years Ago
      Oh. Hey look, another special edition Mustang.
        • 7 Years Ago
        You mean it's not a factory option? Man I can't even tell anymore!
      • 7 Years Ago
      Oh look another Mustang article, I better hurry up and post how much I hate Mustangs because that's constructive. I certainly can't just ignore it and move on.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Hard to imagine anything more boring than ANY Mustang. It was a great innovation in 1965, but has been on the decline ever since. At one point, the Mustang was even built from a Ford Pinto chassis--a wretched thing if there ever was one.

      I can see old guys like me showing enthusiasm for a car of the past, but who else?

      Mustangs are best for memories and little else.
        • 7 Years Ago
        I guess all the sales and the entusiastic Mustang community would be the "who else" you speak of.
        • 7 Years Ago
        If you complainers are so busy that you can't handle another mustang blog, why read it and take the time to post? Some of you guys just love to hate.
        Get over yourselves, people like mustangs, it's really a fact not an opinion based on sales.
        It's also got to be the number 1 modified car in america, so these companies build the tuner cars, not to sell the cars themselves only, but to promote the sale of the parts on the cars.
        I wish there was moderators on this board to delete posts that are completely irrelevant.

        From a style standpoint, this car is tolerable, i don't much care for the shelby style rims and really dislike the back quarter glass louvers.
        I also don't like that roush uses an eaton m90, good reliable sc, but lacks future potential of more boost because it's undersized. The kit should at least contain an m112.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Well sombody must be buying them for there to be a market with this many variations. Numbers don't lie
      • 7 Years Ago
      That's it, I demand Autoblog call themselves MustangBlog immediately. Can we go thru one week without any Mustang news?
      • 7 Years Ago
      What a novelty: the first custom Mustang edition announced in the last 15 minutes.

      If there was another blog, CustomMustangBlog, dedicated to announcing only new Mustang releases, I bet sheer volume of articles will easily exceed all other auto blogs combined.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Autoblog posts them because they always gain lots of comments. If comments are a gauge of article popularity- I woudl have to say Mustang Articles are popular. Even the haters like you click on the article and post comments. If you really did not like the Mustang variations why do you bother looking at it and then posting? Look at the number of posts this variation gets vs. the number of posts for the Honda Hybrid for examaple. One is a new car and one is on variation 200 and wow, the tired Mustang draws the interest.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Agreed, and that's exactly why I proposed a dedicated blog (it should automatically refresh every 30 seconds to make sure nothing goes unnoticed) to least all new special Mustang announcement.
        • 7 Years Ago
        You never get tired of saying how stupid they are, so why would you think that the people who like the cars would get tired of reading about them?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Seriously, enough already.

      I'm all for customizing a car to one's one specifications, but with every possible tuning house out there making their own version of the same car, it's hard to see where one ends and another begins.

      Besides, how different can they possibly get when there are so many out there?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Ugly with its clumsy looking front end and drab paint scheme. What's to like about this thing other than its acceleration?

      There are so many lightly customized Mustangs that they lost their appeal long ago.
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