2021 Ford Mustang RTR – A couple year ago, RTR and Ford Performance teamed up to produce the Mustang RTR 1 series, which is limited to 500 units. The partner started again in 2021. Vaughn Gittin, Jr., founder of RTR. Announcing a new 500-foot scoring range for “fun owners” who want a pony with a little more maintenance than a Ford Performance suspension upgrade and modified aesthetics. Even the cost of the whole shebang is the same as it was in 2019.
2021 Ford Mustang RTR Specs
Other components in the 2021 Ford Mustang RTR include standard RTR radiator grille with integrated lighting, RTR chin spoiler, paddle lights, illuminated door sill strip with build number, swivel cover, rear diffuser, rear spoiler lip tensioner and rear diffuser. Positive IDs are now easy with windshield banners, RTR stickers, and a striped graphics pack. The bearing is a Ford Performance wheel with RTR hubcap, 19 x 9.5 inches at the front and 19 x 10 inches at the rear. Under the hood there are Ford Performance hood brackets and aluminum tower brackets, as well as an RTR sticker on the radiator cap. I don’t know what green is because Ford doesn’t have anything in that spectrum right now, but it doesn’t look bad here.
2021 RTR Interior
Interior, the RTR button matches the embroidered groundsheet and the dashboard with construction information. To showcase the pub, the supplied key ring also includes sample information so that the owner doesn’t have to invite unbelievers into the parking lot. To change the suspension somewhat, Ford Performance installed a truck handling kit on non-Magnelide vehicles, and Mustangs equipped with Magneride received the Ford Performance Magneridesuspension kit.
The 2021 Ford Mustang RTR 1 Series is a dealer installed package that can be ordered with EcoBoost Premium or GT. This plan costs $ 6,295, installs $ 1,200, and totals $ 7,495. Due to internal relationships, this amount can be used for financing and all parts are covered by the car warranty. And with only 500 on offer, it’s probably better to guess RTR (ready to lock) sooner rather than later.