SPEED OF SOUND MUSTANG
The new Mach 1 model is Ford’s most track-focused Mustang yet, but even that’s not quite enough for some. Mustang specialist tuner and importer Clive Sutton has just launched a tuned version, dubbed the 767 Edition.
Why is called the 767 Edition? That’s easy – because it has 767bhp thanks to its supercharged V8.
But why 767bhp specifically? Because 767 is the same figure as the speed of the sound (767mph, or Mach 1) – clever, huh?
That increase in power comes from a combining a 3.0-litre supercharger with a dual-pass charge cooler and an H-pipe exhaust system. The performance upgrades don’t stop there, as the 767 Edition comes with Ford Performance anti-roll bars, spoiler and splitter, and then Clive Sutton upgrades the subframe and suspension components and gives the car a fast road geometry setup. Each 767 Edition also comes with Ford Performance birds nest wheels, with Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tyres. Prices start at £96,000, for more details speak to Clive Sutton –