RTR Vehicles has just unveiled the first of several next-generation RTR Mustangs: the exhilarating 2024 Mustang RTR Spec 2, which builds upon the legacy of its predecessors. This latest offering combines cutting-edge design and performance enhancements to deliver a personalized and emotional driving experience that will allow you to define your own definition of performance.
2024 RTR Ford Mustang Spec 2: Details
Since its inception in 2010, Mustang RTR has captivated automotive enthusiasts worldwide with its signature modern aggressive styling – especially RTR’s distinctive grille design with integrated accent lighting, which has been featured in several video games over the years. The 2024 Mustang RTR Spec 2 evolves this iconic feature with an all-new RTR Upper Grille design that pushes the boundaries of imagination. The grille design is pushed forward in space, accelerating airflow around it – with an open area dictated purely by the mechanical cooling needs of the car. In addition, the signature lights are multi-dimensional illuminated intake scoops with a direct purpose: to feed cool air to the engine.
The hood vent pushes up through the surface with a design that promotes out-washing, while the lower aerodynamic pieces of front, side, and rear splitters cut the airflow and manage it in balance with the rear duckbill spoiler. The front lower and side grilles tie the aesthetic together while working to increase the positive effects of the front splitter. Unfortunately, RTR hasn’t revealed any performance enhancements for the new pony car just yet, so everything is purely aesthetic, though improved airflow has to help the vehicle in some way.
For the Ford Mustang RTR Spec 2, we get badges on the front grille, fenders, and rear decklid help the build stand out even further. While RTR wheels measuring 20×9.5 inches are wrapped in Nitto NT555 G2 rubber. The new rear shock mount kit combines with RTR Tactical Performance lowering springs, adjustable front, and rear sway bars, and adjustable shocks and struts to further improve handling. As usual, a three-year/36,000-mile warranty gives buyers peace of mind. The S650 Mustang RTR Spec 2 kit will be available when the 2024 Mustang reaches dealers in the summer. It’ll carry a price tag of $12,495 over the price of a Mustang GT, which isn’t terrible. But considering that the Dark Horse is around $11k more than a regular Mustang GT, that’ll be a tough decision.