Reaching for some of the “urban automotive style,” Ford has teamed up with DUB Magazine to create a special edition 2011 Mustang. The 3.7-liter V-6, which also has input from Roush Industries, will be offered as a coupe, convertible or with the best-of-both-worlds glass roof option. Both six-speed manual and automatic transmissions are available.
“The Ford Mustang is the most customized vehicle in the world, and this collaboration pushes the boundaries even further,” said Fritz Wilke, Mustang brand manager. “We’re proud of our relationship with DUB and Roush and how they worked together to bring a new look to Mustang, helping the 2011 DUB Edition Mustang V-6 appeal to a whole new audience.”
Available only with Ford’s new high-tech, 305-horsepower DOHC 3.7-liter V-6, the DUB Edition Mustang will carry Roush front fascia and splitter, quarter window louvers and windshield banner and lowering springs. The coupe, convertible or glass roof body will have a six-speed manual or automatic transmission and 3.31 rear axle ratio for spirited acceleration. The DUB logo embroidered in the front headrest of the black interior and DUB stripe package on Black, Grabber Blue, Race Red or Ingot Silver paint.
And, of course, the dubs — 20-inch TIS wheels with Pirelli performance tires
“Working with Ford and Roush is an honor and has been a dream come true for DUB,” said Myles Kovacs, president and co-founder of DUB magazine. “The Mustang is such an iconic muscle car and has always been a customizer’s favorite. The DUB Edition Mustang stays true to its roots, but I think we’ve successfully brought a ton of hustle to the muscle.”
About the 2011 Mustang V-6
For 2011, Mustang is available with a lightweight, all-new high-performance powerplant. Displacing 3.7 liters, the double-overhead-cam (DOHC) 24-valve V-6 uses Ford’s Twin Independent Variable Camshaft Timing (Ti-VCT) to produce remarkable power output – 305 horsepower and 280 ft.-lb. of torque – while still achieving up to 31 mpg highway.
Drivers can get the most out of the new V-6 engine using either an all-new six-speed manual or automatic transmission. With either choice comes the flexibility and fuel economy benefit of six forward ratios.
The 2011 Mustang has also received enhancements to its chassis to maintain the outstanding balance and driving behavior Mustang owners expect. Combined with state-of-the-art safety and technology features, the 2011 Mustang sets a new standard in the sports coupe class.
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