Featuring a Street Sleeper Twin Turbo System from Hellion Power Systems, the $39,995 car is based on the entry-level Mustang GT and features two turbochargers, dual wastegates, bypass valves and a high-flow intercooler. The package also includes upgraded fuel injectors and a custom Palm Beach Dyno tune.
Thanks to the aforementioned upgrades, the Mustang’s 5.0-liter V8 engine produces 800 hp (596 kW / 811 PS) at the crank when running on low boost. This is a significant improvement over the standard Mustang GT which starts at $35,355 and has 460 hp (343 kW / 466 PS).
Since the LFP Hellion is focused on performance, additional changes are limited. However, the Mustang GT 300A comes equipped with LED lighting units, a rear spoiler and 18-inch aluminum wheels. The model also has a leather-wrapped steering wheel, six-way power front seats and an Intelligent Access system with a push-button ignition. Other highlights include an auto-dimming rearview mirror and Silver Arrow Aluminum trim.
While the car seems like a bargain in base form, buyers looking for more power will have plenty of options. Among the choices are a JMS Boost-A-Pump upgrade, higher flowing fuel injectors and upgraded oil pump gears. Given enough upgrades, the dealer says the “kit is capable of seeing four digit power even in base form.”
Customers who already own a 2018 or 2019 Mustang GT can also purchase the performance package for $6,395.