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BorromeodeSilva STL-1 Mustang Restomod

The classic Ford Mustang gets a modern, off-road makeover with the BorromeodeSilva STL-1. This restomod concept takes inspiration from a memorable road trip and transforms the iconic muscle car into an open-air adventure machine.

Built for the open road (and beyond), the STL-1 features a brawny new steel body designed for off-roading. Gone is the Mustang’s roof, replaced with a custom roll cage that offers the option for a removable top.

Under the hood, a powerful 444-horsepower 5.0-liter Coyote crate engine provides ample muscle, while the independent suspension and high-performance dampers ensure a smooth ride over any terrain.

BorromeodeSilva plans to build just one STL-1 for now, but depending on interest, they may create more of these head-turning machines.

BORROMEODESILVA STL-1 MUSTANG RESTOMOD
BORROMEODESILVA STL-1 MUSTANG RESTOMOD

BorromeodeSilva is a design company with extensive international experience, founded in 2011 in Milan by Carlo Borromeo, Fabio de Silva and Filippo Sgalbazzi. The studio mainly engages in mobility design ranging from R&D to complete industrialization and in branding and strategic communication for the automotive sector.

BORROMEODESILVA STL-1 MUSTANG RESTOMOD
BORROMEODESILVA STL-1 MUSTANG RESTOMOD
BORROMEODESILVA STL-1 MUSTANG RESTOMOD
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