The 2022 SEMA Show is less than a week away, and Ringbrothers has been hard at work releasing teaser images of their cars that will be unveiled on November 1st at different times throughout the day. One of these vehicles is a Ford Mustang named “Patriarc,” which features a blue paint job paired with carbon fiber accents.
Ringbrothers “Patriarc” Ford Mustang: Details
According to one of the Facebook posts that teases Ringbrothers latest Mustang, the car is home to several aerodynamic innovations and has been “shaped by the wind.” Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait and see the cover come off this one to get a better idea of precisely what they mean since the only images we have are of the back of the car. However, it’s safe to assume that this car will be quick down the track with its aerodynamics, carbon fiber parts, and massive engine.
Ringbrothers “Patriarc” is based on a 1969 Ford Mustang, and its power will come from a Ford Performance Aluminator 5.2 XS engine that has been mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The engine produces 580 horsepower at 7,800 RPM and 445 lb-ft of torque at 4,500 rpm. Making it the most powerful naturally aspirated modular crate engine ever built by Ford Performance. It’s no “UNKL“, but perhaps sheer power isn’t the entire point here for this SEMA Show build. In addition, the engine takes technology and hardware developed for the Shelby GT350 Mustang, making it the perfect engine to get placed under the hood of the “Patriarc” Mustang.
You’ll be able to locate the 1969 Ford Mustang at the Centerforce booth #23813, where it will be unveiled half an hour after Ringbrothers’ 1969 Chevrolet Camaro “Strode.” That would be at 11:30 AM. The muscle car also features a custom interior that will likely match with the appearance of the exterior of the vehicle to some degree, meaning evermore carbon fiber accents.