The SEMA Show in Las Vegas is where you’ll find some of the craziest modified cars on the planet, and this year, it includes this Ferrari-powered Mustang. Corruptt sourced a 4.3-liter V8 engine from a Ferrari F430, slapped twin turbochargers on it from Nelson Racing and a new intake manifold sourced from a Ferrari California, to transform it into super muscle car. The company claims a 700 hp output at the flywheel. Continue reading for two more videos, pictures and information.
“Of course, the upgrades extend far beyond the engine compartment as the Corruptt Mustang has a RideTech suspension and Avant Garde wheels which are wrapped in Toyo tires and backed up by Wilwood brakes. Other exterior highlights include a chopped roof, a side exiting exhaust and 3D taillights,” according to Car Scoops.