The Ford Mustang Apollo Pays Tribute To NASA’s Famous Space Program

The Ford Mustang Apollo Pays Tribute To NASA’s Famous Space Program

Ford Mustang Apollo

Here it is, in all its glory and astonishing beauty – the Ford Mustang Apollo. Inspired by NASA’s space program, this cool-looking spaceship Mustang is the latest creation in a series of unique vehicles meant to be auctioned in order to support the Experimental Aircraft Association’s youth aviation program. As you’d expect, the car’s white and black coloring is a direct homage to the famous Apollo project.

This one-off theme continues inside the cabin as well, where an embroidered logo – composed of all Apollo mission patches – can be easily noticed where the backseat used to be. There are also various other Apollo motifs inside the cockpit, such as a modified instrument cluster, performance gauges, new seats with custom leather and more.

Ford Mustang Apollo

On an aesthetic level, the Mustang boasts a drool inducing design. As a result of hard work by Mad Industries, the vehicle now features a time-attack carbon fiber front splitter, a rear diffuser and even LED underbody lightning which might remind you of the harsh atmospheric re-entry. Let’s not forget the 21-inch Forgiato performance alloys this beast is now riding on.

There had to be some fiddling around under the bonnet as well, so the 5.0-liter Coyote supercharged engine by Ford Performance – good for around 627 hp and 732 Nm (540 lb-ft) of torque – was put to work. Also part of this stunning package are an X-pipe with side and rear exhausts, sport tuned suspension, and six-piston Brembo brakes.

This Mustang looks like it’s out of this world and I totally want it!

Ford Mustang Apollo

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