The main reason I was attracted to this vehicle was because of the new fastback design. I would be starting my build with a solid foundation. my main plan was to be the first to highly modify the s550 making this my ultimate build. do something that I’ve always wanted a Mustang like no other with enough horsepower to tear up the asphalt. it would be wider stickier and fast but still the fun enough to drive and stand out from the rest of the crowd at a show. with an adjustable suspension by air lift it was all possible. the best of all worlds this was going to be the vehicle I was going to use to advertise my company and the things I could do for my customers. with the car being as new there wasn’t much available for it so I ended up developing a more aggressive flare to complement the body but still keeping the factory body lines and adding aerodynamics with many benefits like being able to fit a wider wheels for a larger footprint with sticky tires to give the driver total control on the track corner or daily comfort. We also added r1 concept performance rotors and pads to enhance our stopping power we were going to need it after adding that v3 Vortech supercharger and Nitrous Express under the 3″cowl hood. we need to dial in the exhaust note so we installed long tube headers 3″ borla attack system and boy did it growl. changing the face of it we added diode dynamics headlights for a mean look we also added some carbon fiber accent under the hood in the front bumper grille and lower splitter side rockers rear diffuser and APR performance spoiler but we didn’t stop there i added a carbon fiber dash to give it a more luxury interior look we also install new seat from roadwire black leather with suede insert to keep you from sliding in the seat and a white stitching to add that rich look. the body was then took over by the pros at wraptilian to finish it off with Averys blue Chrome so there you have it The Blue Steel by Sam Soto at Stage 3 Performance.