700 Horsepower Ford Mustang too good to be true

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Neiman Marcus, in its famed annual Christmas catalog, is offering 100 examples of the most unique Ford Mustang ever manufactured. It will be a supercharged 700 horsepower, 195 mph Mustang convertible.

Powered by a specially tuned supercharged V8, the vehicle is rated at 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. The exotic Mustang is further enhanced with unique chassis and suspension tuning, a dual exhaust system, lightweight forged 20-inch wheels, and body panels and aesthetic modifications specific to the Neiman car.

The Neiman Marcus catalog lists the vehicle as having all-wheel drive. Several automotive website outlets are reporting that description was erroneous. Several other features of the limited Mustang have also been questioned by national automotive writers, but Neiman Marcus hasn’t yet commented.

Neiman Marcus is offering 100 specialty 700 horsepower For Mustangs.
Neiman Marcus is offering 100 specialty 700 horsepower For Mustangs.

The cost is $95,000, but that’s just not for the car. The gift includes an exclusive two-day course at the Ford Racing School, including track time in Neiman Marcus Mustangs.

Here are some of the specs of the vehicle:

5.0-liter Ti-VCT supercharged V8, 700 horsepower, Top speed of 195 mph, 600+ lb. ft. torque @ 4,400 rpm, Performance racing suspension and sway bars, Nitto NT05 tires, Brembo brakes, Hawk Performance brake pads, Neiman Marcus blue, black and silver paint, Magnaflow custom side exhaust, Carbon fiber tonneau cover, unique lower body panels, Modified door mirrors, Heat extractor hood vents, Edition number badge on dash, Neiman Marcus Edition red, white and blue emblem, Lightweight racing seats, Carbon fiber accents, Neiman Marcus custom-embroidered headrests and floormats, Neiman Marcus illuminated doorsill plates.

To reserve a Neiman Marcus Mustang, call 1-888-756-0775, beginning at noon EDT on October 13, 2015. All sales in the United States and abroad will be conducted solely by Downforce Motorsports.

With the purchase of the Neiman Marcus Limited-Edition Mustang Convertible, Neiman Marcus will donate $1,000 to The Heart of Neiman Marcus Foundation.

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