2019 Ford Mustang GT 800 HP Redesign, Release Date, Price, & Spy Shots – Lebanon Ford continues to be providing high-performance Mustangs for a number of years and now the dealership has gotten the wraps off their “newly revamped” LFP Hellion.
Featuring a Street Sleeper Twin Turbo System from Hellion Power Techniques, the $39,995 car is based on the entry-level Mustang GT and features two turbochargers, dual wastegates, sidestep valves and a high-flow intercooler. The package also may include upgraded fuel injectors and a custom Palm Beach Dyno track. Thanks to the above-mentioned enhancements, the Mustang’s 5.0-liter V8 engine generates 800 hp (596 kW / 811 PS) at the crank when jogging on low boost. This is an important advancement over the standard Mustang GT which begins at $35,355 and has 460 hp (343 kW / 466 PS).
Considering that the LFP Hellion is focused on performance, more changes are limited. However, the Mustang GT 300A arrives equipped with LED lighting models, a rear spoiler and 18-inch aluminum wheels. The model also offers a leather-wrapped steering wheel, six-way power front seats, and a sensible Accessibility system with a push-button ignition. Other illustrates include an auto-dimming rearview vanity mirror and Silver Arrow Aluminum trim.
Although the car appears like a discount on the base type, consumers looking for a lot more power could have lots of options. Amid the options is a JMS Boost-A-Pump motor improve greater streaming fuel injectors and improved oils water pump equipment. Offered adequate enhancements, the dealership claims the “kit is capable of viewing four-digit power even in base type.” Buyers who previously individual a 2018 or 2019 Mustang GT could also acquire the performance package for $6,395.