Every single now and yet again, we hear about a dealer promoting showroom-supercharged muscle coupes with a dealer-backed (if not factory-backed) guarantee and financing all baked proper in. A single dealer in Tennessee is upping the ante with a Hellcat-rivaling Roush R2650 TVS setup for just $forty,000—including the donor Mustang GT.

Because a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat retails for $62,000, a 700-horsepower Mustang for about 65 % of the cost may possibly sound a bit also very good to be accurate, and it may possibly be, dependent on how you search at it. On the one particular hand, you happen to be receiving a factory guarantee for the bumper-to-bumper things and a dealer guarantee for the 700 horsepower. On the other, there is far more to a Hellcat than just a supercharger.

The Hellcat’s larger brakes, hefty-duty cooling method, beefed-up transmission, larger wheels and wider tires are nowhere to be located. Certain, you can include these on by ticking the box for a Mustang GT’s efficiency packages, but a track-prepared Mustang GT will run you effectively north of $45,000 just before you include something on you will not be taking the total shebang house for $39,995. 

Brown Lee Efficiency (the scorching-rodding division of Brown Lee Ford) reckons its customers will not care so a lot about that portion, or if they do, they are arranging to tackle the other components DIY fashion. Brown Lee is seeking for buyers who want the ease and peace of thoughts of a turnkey Hellcat hunter. 

“We desired to give reasonably priced turnkey pleasure in a Mustang bundle that would give our clients a thrill and peace of thoughts with a guarantee at the very same time,” mentioned Brock Patterson, Nationwide Specialty Car Manager, Brown Lee Efficiency. “They can totally finance the automobile with the Roush bundle and drive away in a car that is tuned for greatest efficiency and entertaining.”

If you happen to be interested, Brown Lee will start off churning out its Roush-supercharged pony autos in December.