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Image courtesy: D.A.D.

The Ford Mustang GT has created buzz in the Indian automotive scene since the time the American automobile manufacturer revealed that they would be bringing the muscle car to India. After showcasing the pony car at the 2016 Auto Expo, the Indian arm of Ford launched the Mustang GT in the country in July with a price tag of Rs. 65 lakh (Ex-Showroom, Delhi).

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After reportedly becoming the fastest selling sports car in the country, selling the 100 allocated units for the country less than a month into its launch; people have already begun modifications to the iconic car. One such stang’ from Mumbai recently caught our attention while browsing through social media. Done up by Daljit Auto Design (D.A.D.), this Ford Mustang GT is the very model that we had earlier reported to be the loudest one of its type in the whole of the country.

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Image courtesy: Clinton Pereira’s Photography

Now sporting a shade of Hexis Matte Blue as described by the design firm, this pony comes equipped with an aftermarket Cervini bonnet, an RTR grille with integrated DRLs, Roush side scoops and rear spoiler and Niche 20 inch wheels apart from the Borla Atak exhaust system as we had mentioned earlier. This menace on wheels is owned by none other than Rohit Shetty, director of the popular Bollywood movie, Singham.

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Coming back to the modifications, no changes seem to be made to the changes and hence it is safe to assume that this Ford Mustang GT is powered by the 5.0-litre V8 petrol engine that produces 435 hp and 542 Nm of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels via six speed SelectShift automatic transmission. Speeds of 0-100 kmph can be achieved in 4.5 seconds up to a top speed of 250 kmph.

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