Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is proud to present this
2001 Ford Mustang Cobra in Mineral Gray. In 1993, Ford decided to
unveil a new mustang, one that would set a modern precedence for
performance and so the SVT Cobra was born. In 1999 Ford redesigned
the Mustang using the new Edge design language that focused on
surface tension by adding creases to soft aerodynamic shapes,
essentially combined intersecting arcs. This led to a very
aggressive style for the mustang. For the first time independent
rear suspension had been fitted to a mustang, which changed the
route of the exhaust pipes, forcing them to go under the axle which
provided a unique look compared to the base and GT models. Power is
delivered via the DOHC 4.6-liter V-8 that was factory rated at 320
horsepower and 317 ft lbs. of torque to the rear wheels, all
passing through a Tremec 3650 five-speed manual transmission and a
Traction-Lok limited-slip differential. Silver 17 five-spoke wheels
are mounted with 245/45s on all four corners. SVT-specific
suspension components consist of linear-rate springs,
gas-pressurized front struts and rear shocks. The stopping power
comes from four-wheel disc brakes with Cobra-branded calipers up
front, and the car is equipped with a traction control system. The
cabin features articulated front sport seats upholstered in Dark
Charcoal leather with gray suede inserts and Cobra-embroidered seat
backs. Amenities include a power-adjustable driver seat, air
conditioning, cruise control, power windows and mirrors, and a
factory Mach 460 audio system with a six-disc CD changer. The
leather-wrapped multifunction steering wheel fronts a 160-mph
speedometer, an SVT-branded tachometer with a 6,800-rpm redline,
and auxiliary gauges for fuel level, oil pressure, oil temperature
and coolant temperature. With only 3,867 SVT Cobra Coupes made in
2001, this Cobra is one rare pony!
2001 Ford Mustang
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