New Mustang designs have been rolling out of the design studio faster than most dealerships can sell them. Thankfully, that may not be the case for the "Project B" Mustang that is set to make its debut at this year's SEMA.
Granted this doesn't look anything like a Mustang, but it under all the fiberglass and plastic, it's an average, everyday 4.6 liter V-8 Ford Mustang. At least it was anyway. The engine has been bored and stroked to a full 5.0 liters and then a pair of superchargers were added to up the power output even more.
The people responsible for the "Project B' are Galpin Auto Sports and they are planning to unveil the finished design toward the end of the year in Las Vegas. Where the inspiration for the body came from is unknown so far, but we will say it is nothing short of interesting.
Supposedly, it will be equipped with the new Sync v2.0 which is leading many people to think that this will only be a promotional tool to help show off the latest installment Ford's multimedia system rather than a concept.
Via : Mustang Blog