AWE Launches Mustang Performance Line

AWE Launches Mustang Performance Line

"We've built the facility, we've built the team and we've mastered our craft over 26 years. Mustang is the next step for the company, and we are excited to be bringing our unique performance engineering approach to the domestic market. This is going to be something special," said Todd Sager, president of AWE Tuning.

AWE Tuning, the 26-year-old performance engineering company, entered into its ninth marque today – Ford. AWE Tuning will launch with an exhaust suite for the S550 Mustang EcoBoost and GT platforms.

“We’ve built the facility, we’ve built the team and we’ve mastered our craft over 26 years. Mustang is the next step for the company, and we are excited to be bringing our unique performance engineering approach to the domestic market. This is going to be something special,” said Todd Sager, president of AWE Tuning.

The product lineup will include a mix of Touring Edition featuring AWE Tuning’s proprietary drone-canceling solution, 180 Technology, Track Edition and valved SwitchPath configurations. AWE Tuning also has a line of carbon fiber intakes in development, under its “S-FLO” intake line.

Ford is the first domestic marque added to AWE Tuning’s offerings, breaking out from exclusively European makes. The Ford Performance Line will join the company’s Mercedes-Benz, MINI, BMW, Porsche, Audi, Volkswagen, McLaren and Bentley lines.

The AWE Tuning Ford Performance Line will be available through American Muscle and AWE’s network of premium dealers with more information being available at AWEMustang.com.

To see more on AWE’s new Ford line in action, click here.

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