• Oct 3, 2009

2010 Steeda Q Series Mustang - Click above for an image gallery

Steeda has long been synonymous with high-performance Mustangs, customizing and racing the pony cars for the past twenty years. In July the Florida-based tuner showed off its first version of the 2010 Mustang, the Sport Edition, which featured fairly simple upgrades, including new wheels and tires, minor suspension upgrades, graphics, and the like. We assumed more was to come, especially in terms of horsepower, and it looks like we won't have to wait long to see what Steeda has for us next.

The company announced this week that it'll unveil the 2010 Q Series Mustang at SEMA next month, although specific details are far and few between. Company founder Dario Orlando promises the company's new take on Ford's pony car will be devoid of compromises or shortcuts, and we're sure the result will be nothing less than impressive if Steeda's previous Mustangs are anything to go by. We expect the 4.6L V8 will likely benefit from a twin-screw supercharger, adding triple-digit horsepower increases, and the suspension should receive extensive upgrades developed from Steeda's racing program. Stay tuned for more details as Steeda releases them, and be sure to look for our coverage of the official unveiling in just a few short weeks at SEMA.



[Source: Steeda]






PRESS RELEASE:


A few months ago we teased you with a disguised "sneak peak" of our latest high performance Mustang - now, in advance of it's upcoming official debut in a few short weeks, we are pulling the wraps off and are releasing a much more revealing image of the newest, meanest, and best styled Steeda Mustang to ever rip the asphalt: The 2010 Steeda Q Mustang Series!

With an arresting exterior appearance, that includes an aggressive front air dam that incorporates ample cooling airflow while improving aerodynamic efficiency of the vehicle. This new Q-Series, the result of ongoing intense development and refinement, is guaranteed to continue Steeda Autosport's traditions of winning both on and off the racetracks.

With hundreds of hours of Computer Aided Design work completed, and extensive computer and wind tunnel analysis completed, as well as vigorous road coarse testing done in secret to avoid the prying eyes of spy photographers, we are confident that we have evoked the next evolution of our halo performance series that is completely without compromise today.

The development of this vehicle series is yet another example how the entire Team at Steeda Autosports takes great pride in designing, engineering, and manufacturing our products with the single goal of providing our discerning customers with the highest quality, race proven and track tested vehicles/components available anywhere.

"Simply put – no other car has won more races and set more records in production based classes than the Steeda Q Series of high performance Mustangs and I am confident that our 2010 version will carry on that same Steeda tradition" commented Dario Orlando, the founder of Steeda Autosports, "In all of our Q-Series of high performance Mustangs, we never compromise or take shortcuts, our customers who demand maximum performance, bullet-proof reliability, and class leading race honed styling wouldn't have it any other way!"

This latest evolution of the limited production Q-Series Mustang series will have it's official public debut at the 2009 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada on November 3, 2009. Follow future Press releases for complete details about its official reveal – you will not want to miss it!


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  • 9 Comments
      • 5 Years Ago
      Ah, tuner Mustangs, very nice. What else we can do to that American muscle but to tune?
        • 5 Years Ago
        Pedal to the Metal!
        • 5 Years Ago
        Drive the hell out of them, of course!
        • 5 Years Ago
        Metal to the pedal to the other metal!




        Anyone?
      • 5 Years Ago
      Wow, a non-stupid looking tuner mustang for once. It only took a thousand tries!
        • 5 Years Ago
        Or, dare I say it, SMS'/Saleens'.
        • 5 Years Ago
        Looks better than Roush's version.
        • 5 Years Ago
        Hell yeah and this looks amazing! My favorite special edition Mustang by just looks alone.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Ah'm wait'n fer the 5.0 Coyote engine. Put a blower on that mamajama, Steeda! The 4.6 is so last century.