An American pony in Germany.
For decades, European and German sports cars have been drastically different. The Europeans tended to be the more refined canyon carvers while the red, white, and blue flew under the “no replacement for displacement”, straight-line performance banner. Today things are a bit different as American sports cars that can handle and Germans focusing on putting down the power.
The total output of the 5.0-liter American V-8 has almost doubled thanks to GeigerCars. The naturally-aspirated motor was equipped with a new 2.9-liter supercharger fed by a cold air intake system and intercooler. The Geiger Mustang GT 820 also benefits from new forged pistons, a balanced steel crankshaft, steel connecting rods, and a machined engine block to handle to horsepower increase. As an option, a full stainless steel sport exhaust with valve flaps can be fitted to unleash all sorts of hell on other’s ears.
In total, the Geiger Mustang GT 820 does just what its name says – produce 820 horsepower at 7,300 RPM and 560 lb-ft. at 6,500 RPM. That’s almost double the output of the factory motor.
The engine is only part of the program from GiegerCars for the Ford Mustang. A full in-house carbon fiber body kit creates a very imposing and powerful look. The Geiger Mustang GT 820 wears a new grille that optimizes airflow, a front spoiler lip, pair of side skirts, and a rear trunk spoiler and diffuser combo to generate downforce. As an option GeigerCars also offers a special paint finish.
Matching the more aggressive looks on the Geiger Mustang GT 820 are a new set of Y-spoke forged allow wheels wearing a contrasting black finish. The 8.5J x 20 front and 10.0J x 20 rear wheels are shod in sticky 255/35 R20 and 295/30 R20 Michelin high-performance tires for loads of grip.
The new wheel setup also benefits from the GT Performance package that includes Brembo six-piston brakes, a 3.73:1 final drive ratio, and a Torsen limited-slip differential for increased traction. A new suspension kit sharpens up handling for the American muscle car and makes it right at home on winding European roads.
The new Geiger Mustang GT 820 is currently available as a complete car for 109,450 euros while the full engine upgrade can be purchases separately for 34,600 euros from GeigerCars.
Geiger Mustang GT 820 Specifications
Displacement: 5.0 liters
Number of Cylinders: V-8
Maximum Horsepower: 820 / 603 kW at 7,300 RPM
Maximum Torque: 560 lb-ft. / 760 Nm at 6,500 RPM
-Cold air intake
-Valve-controlled sports exhaust system
-Forged pistons and steel connecting rods
-Machined engine block
-Balanced steel crankshaft
Wheels, Tires, Suspension:
Wheels: Forged Y-spoke alloy
Wheel Finish: Black
Front Wheels: 8.5J x 20
Rear Wheels: 10.0J x 20
Front Tires: 255/35 R20
Rear Tires: 295/30 R20
Suspension: GeigerCars sport suspension
-Carbon fiber front grille
-Carbon fiber front spoiler
-Carbon fiber side skirts
-Carbon fiber rear diffuser
-Carbon fiber rear spoiler
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