Chad McQueen and Steeda are tuning the new Mustang

McQueen Racing

Long-time Mustang tuner Steeda Performance Vehicles is teaming with McQueen Racing to introduce a new, high-performance lineup of vehicles. Naturally, their first product is a Mustang, a 2024 model with Steeda performance upgrades and some carefully selected aesthetic updates.

As Chad McQueen, founder and CEO of McQueen Racing, explains: “Our relationship with Steeda has been remarkable over the years. This new series of performance cars represents a significant advancement. We’re starting with the Mustang, and I can assure you it will be nothing short of exceptional. I’m incredibly thrilled.”

We don’t know exactly how the 2024 Mustang will look once given the McQueen Racing and Steeda treatment, but they shared some photos of the 2019 Steve McQueen Edition, which is based on a Bullitt Mustang, to set the stage.

McQueen Racing

The limited edition 2024 Mustangs will feature suspension and brake upgrades to improve both street and track performance. There will also be options for both naturally aspirated and supercharged powertrains. Aesthetically, we expect the cars will be tastefully modified like the 2019 Steve McQueen Edition, and we know that the upcoming model will use McQueen Racing Mulholland wheels that have a vintage vibe. The rims will be paired with high-performance Nitto tires.

Steeda’s president Bob Adams was eager to share the news: “This new project has been long in the making and will be monumental. Mustang enthusiasts should be excited because the best is about to get even better. Moreover, this is just the beginning, as our product plans encompass other highly desirable, high-performance vehicle models.”

Pricing for the McQueen Racing Mustangs will be announced soon, and the first custom-built examples will be arriving at authorized McQueen Racing-Steeda Performance Vehicles dealerships later this summer, carrying with them a 3-year/36,000-mile limited warranty.




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    I don’t have any interest in the new wall of screens Mustang which is too bad as it likely will be the best one yet.

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