The Q500 Enforcer is a modified Ford V8 Mustang that has been given a European touch to kick out 480 horsepower, a good 70 more than the stock vehicle. This is primarily thanks to the tuned engine mapping, a new intake system, and a custom exhaust. Though we haven't forgotten the modified suspension, which has thicker anti-roll bars and custom springs. Steeda spoke about the importance of this change.
“The result is a lowered stance, designed to offer the comfort of the factory car with improved turn-in, a much more planted rear end and a noticeable reduction in wheel hop and deflection that can affect the standard Mustang.”
This is further solidified by the 20-inch wheels, made of a lighter material as to not add unnecessary pounds.
You can commission Steeda to build you an Enforcer of your own. the modifications cost around $12,000, not including the donor car. Add that to the cost of a normal Mustang, and it totals out around $65,000. If you want to add to the number, Steeda has a number of optional extras, such as adjustable dampers, and a stronger 6-speed manual.
There's something lovely about a modified Mustang, and the Q500 Enforcer might be my favorite one yet,