German firm Wolf Racing is celebrating its 40th anniversary. To this commemorate this milestone, the company has whipped the wraps off a tuned “high-performance” version of the facelifted Ford Mustang GT Fastback, dubbed the Wolf Mustang Compressor One of 7.

Beneath this limited edition Mustang’s long Volcano Red bonnet, the naturally aspirated 5,0-litre V8 has been tweaked to send a whopping 540 kW and 880 N.m of torque to the rear axle via a six-speed manual gearbox. Compared with the stock ouputs of 331 kW and 529 N.m, that’s a performance injection of some 209 kW and 351 N.m.

According to Wolf Racing, the tuned Ford Mustang GT Fastback will reach the three-figure mark from standstill in “under 4,0 seconds”, while the 0-200 km/h sprint is completed in “approximately” 10,0 seconds. Top speed is “at least” 330 km/h, the tuner adds.

In addition, this Mustang GT Fastback (seen here sporting 21-inch diamond-cut alloys) has been equipped with racing suspension and a visible carbon-fibre boot-mounted spoiler. Completing the exterior package are special decals and, of course, a plaque to indicate that this is one of the seven models built.

How much does all this performance and exclusivity cost? The Wolf Mustang Compressor One of 7 is priced at €94 440. Do a quick euro-to-rand conversion and that translates to around R1 625 000, which is about a R700 000 premium over the model it is based on.

Original article from Car