McLaren M81 Mustang

McLaren M81 Mustang

McLaren M81 Mustang was introduced in late 1980 – it was the first Ford SVO. Special Vehicle Operations [SVO] division was ment to “develop a series of limited-production performance cars and develop their image through motorsport.” A heavily modified hatchback had grilleless front, low skirt spoiler, functional hood scoops, tweaked suspension, enormous fender flares and turbo powered 4-cylinder 2.3 liter engine that had an output of 175 HP. The plan was to built a limited run of 250 units, but due to $25.000 pricetag there were only 10 McLaren M81 Mustang built (including the prototype). That makes this one of the rarest Mustangs in the world

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