When it comes to designing cars, only few can rival the creativity of Henrik Fisker. The Dane was famous for designing the BMW Z8, the Aston Martin DB9 and the V8 Vantage. Despite all these accomplishments, Fisker has always wanted to design his own vehicles.
The lad has already got quite a resume in doing so after he developed the Fisker Coachbuild and also the Fisker Karma. Well, the latter was part of Fisker’s attempt to be a carmaker and it ended up being sold to a Chinese automotive company.
Nevertheless, Fisker’s bitter past will soon be forgotten, now that the lad has developed his own version of the Ford Mustang. Together with the aid of Galpin Auto Sports, Fisker managed to pull off what could possibly the best Ford Mustang in history.
The sports sedan arrived with carbon fibre shaping its doors and roof to ensure that weight is kept at the minimum. Also, there is an elongated front hood that comes with two massive intakes, a carbon-fiber hexagonal grille, re-sculpted fenders, a new decklid with integrated rear spoiler, and a rear diffuser.
Under the hood, the Karma Mustang runs on a supercharged V8 engine which develops a whopping 725hp. Handling has also improved since the Karma Mustang is built with fully adjustable suspension, 15” Brembo brakes and 21” wheels.
In a short statement by Fisker, the lad shared that his rendition of the latest Ford Mustang is to restore the spirit of the 1968 Shelby GT500 in the car. With that being said, it is no wonder that the Karma Mustang has so much power to offer.