2018 Ford Mustang Sutton CS800: A Powered Beast That Will Satisfy Your Sporty Road Experience

May 03, 2017 11:20 AM EDT | Anthony Hunter

The American multinational automaker, Ford, has always exerted an extra effort on its craftsmanship and made sure that every driver that are interested in buying the currently best-selling sports car in the world made the best choice. One of the company's new model coming is the 2018 Ford Mustang Sutton CS800.

This beast is said to suit all the driver's sports car tastes and at the same time, has plenty of unconventional ways to satisfy every driver's horsepower hunger. Ford Mustang is the one that received some special treatment from Sutton Bespoke tuner in London, and it just debuted at Top Marques Monaco automotive.

Sutton has openly fiddled with all the aspects that the 2018 Ford Mustang Sutton CS800 possessed. For $83k, one can have their own special Mustang, both visually and under the hood. However, it is just unfortunate that this car is just available in Europe. But on the brighter side, this is not the only tuner showing their interest in Ford's sports cars.

When aerodynamic bits are concerned, Sutton has already gone on full in the throttle. A Gigantic carbon fiber front splitter, widely protruding side skirts, large hood scoop, huge deck lid spoiler, terrifying diffuser, and oversized side vents makes enough distinction of this model over the different versions of Mustang.

Everything doesn't end there, Brits have also played with the car's interior. As an outcome, it now comes with a special Recaro sports seats, an extremely short shifter knob, a carbon trim on the dash, specially stitched badges and a nine-speaker 1,100-watt audio system.

As to the torque's figures and acceleration time, it is not released yet. But one can expect something as much as 600 lb-ft of torque and around 3 seconds of acceleration from 0-60 mph.

Under the hood of the 2018 Ford Mustang Sutton CS800 is a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine, but this time, a crew from England has stuffed inside a Stage 2 Whipple supercharger, larger throttle body, and new injectors which are enough to raise the engine's usual 435 hp to an astonishing 800 hp. An upgraded intercooler also follows this development in preventing a meltdown and further increase power.

 

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