SEMA Preview: 2010 Steeda Q Series Mustang

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2009

The official debut of the 2010 Q Series Mustang was set to take place at the 2009 SEMA Show in Las Vegas , Nevada , in November but aftermarket performance company for Ford vehicles Steeda gave a preview. A tremendous amount of effort was poured onto the latest development of the limited production Q Mustang series.

Countless hours were spent on Computer Aided Design work, extensive computer and wind tunnel analysis, as well as intensive road testing conducted in secret.

A statement from the company was released saying that the development of this vehicle series is further proof of how the entire Team at Steeda Autosports "takes great pride in designing, engineering, and manufacturing [its] products with the single goal of providing [its] discerning customers with the highest quality, race proven and track tested vehicles/components available anywhere."

I'm sure that at this point, you're wondering what the performance upgrades are.

However, Steeda only had these images to provide. It's expected that further information is set to emerge closer to the SEMA event.

From what we've gathered, we can expect a twin-screw supercharger that will bring serious improvements to the engine performances, as well as an extensive program for the suspension.

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