Remember how good Mustangs sound? Yeah, me too. Wanna be reminded anyway? Check out the video below of a Mach 1 testing at the Nurburgring during an Industry Pool time at the Nurburgring.

The car rips around the fearsome track, which we can only hope will mean that like the rest of the family, this is another track star.

The limited-edition car is certainly off to a good start thanks to 480 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque from a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 with all kinds of Predator V8 parts. It also gets handling an intake manifold, oil filter adapter, and engine oil cooler from form the GT350.

It comes standard with a 6-speed manual or optionally with a 10-speed automatic. A new underbelly pan, meanwhile, extends 20 inches farther than the Mustang GT’s, smoothing airflow helping aerodynamics and funneling air to the brakes to cool them when you’re running on tracks like these.

New Magneride should also mean that once this driver is off the Nurburgring, they have a comfortable ride back to the garage.

“Bold styling, great acceleration, and speed – Mach 1 says it all,” said Jim Farley, then COO now CEO, when the car was launched. “This is one of those special Mustangs that truly brings a smile to the faces of our owners, enthusiasts, and fans – including me – so there’s never been a better time to bring back Mach 1 and have it go global too.”