ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang produces 670 hp

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Roush220150526ROUSH Performance is excited to announce the final horsepower ratings for the all-new 2015 ROUSH Stage 3 (RS3) Mustang. The RS3 cranks out a heart-racing 670 hp and 545 lb-ft of torque to deliver the ultimate driving experience.

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All the 670 hp are created as a direct result of the powerful combination of Ford’s 5.0-liter V8 engine with ROUSH Performance’s dynamic new 2015 2.3L TVS supercharger.

ROUSH Performance is the industry leader in integrating track-tested racing technologies into a new vehicle for street legal drivability. ROUSH Performance, founded by American Motorsports legend Jack Roush, Sr. in 1995, has been designing and engineering high-quality performance vehicles for over 20 years.

The new ROUSH Mustang’s generous power ratings impeccably compliment the RS3’s list of standard and optional features, including the ROUSH Quad-Tip exhaust (with optional ROUSH Active Exhaust System), standard single-adjustable coil-over suspension system (or optional competition-tuned 3-way adjustable system), and the fierce new “R7” aerobody.

The 2015 ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang is not just a car – it’s an experience. The RS3 truly bridges the gap between road car and race car, putting drivers behind the wheel of the ultimate uninhibited muscle car.

Jack Roush’s vision shines through the 2015 ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang’s perfect combination of 670 hp with meticulous handling and braking capabilities, providing the driver access to the robust attitude and performance of a racecar, while maintaining a comfortable and uniquely ROUSH driving experience.

ROUSH Performance distributes their performance vehicles and parts through over 250 Ford dealerships all around the world. The introduction of the 2015 Ford Mustang as a global vehicle platform has propelled the global growth of ROUSH Performance into new countries like China, South Africa, the Philippines, the United Kingdom and Australia.

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