The 2010 Roush 427R is the first car in the Mustang to feature a ROUSH charger that results in a high amount of output power and torque.
The car comes out with a number of changes compared to the previous cars in the Mustang. The car features a new designed body, air induction tube that encloses the engine, hoses made of molded rubber, intercoolers that cools that cools the engine twice compared to the previous intercoolers. In addition the car has a warranty of three years or up to 360,000 miles.
The body features a new designed front face, front splitters, side splitters, rear face and three piece wing at the rear. The rear face is made of a single piece that appears to be strong and fit.
The Roush 427R is powered by a Supercharged V8 engine that makes use of newly designed ROUSH charger, intercoolers, air induction tubes and five speed manual transmission. The output power of the engine is 435 bhp and the torque is 400 lb-ft.
The car is mounted on 18-inch chrome wheels that are enclosed with Cooper Zeon tires. The suspensions are also specially designed and it has been tested up to thousands of miles to ensure a comfort drive for the passengers.
Vehicle Type: - 2-door coupe
Configuration: - Front Engine
Engine: - Supercharged V8
Displacement: - 4600 cc
Horsepower: - 435 bhp
Torque: - 400 lb-ft
Transmission: - 5-Speed Manual