There’s a wild pony on the loose. Since the facelifted Ford Mustang made its quiet debut earlier this year, not many aftermarket tuners leapt at the opportunity of modding it, but it’s about time someone does. Enter Roush, a famed American tuning company that exclusively provides upgrade packs for Ford vehicles, including the mad F-150 Raptor.

Roush is no stranger to the Mustang community, having previously introduced the supercharger kit for the 5.0 litre V8, boosting power to 670 hp. The model spotted here is also of the Coyote V8 variant, now donning the famous Roush grille embellished with the number two, which we can safely assume to be a stage two-tuned version.

The pre-facelift model with stage two kit made 435 hp and 542 Nm, up from the stock 411 hp/530 Nm. With the facelift however, Ford brought the figures up to 460 hp and 569 Nm, thanks in part to the new dual-fuel injection (direct and port injection) system, so expect Roush to push that closer to the 500 hp and 600 Nm mark.

Other upgrades would include the Roush-specific bodykit, such as a larger lower grille, new front splitter, vented hood, carbon-fibre roof as well as larger rear wing. Customers can also equip their Roush Mustangs with Ford’s optional magnetic ride control with adaptive dampers if desired.

The Roush Mustang will make its North American debut at the 2017 SEMA Show which will take place in the coming few weeks.