Not to be outdone this year by all the 2015 Mustang debuts, Classic Design Concepts will debut their “Outlaw” package for the new 2015 Mustang at the SEMA show in Las Vegas. CDC is bringing two 2015 Mustangs with one being a Fastback coupe and a convertible version. The convertible “Outlaw” Mustang will be featured in the Ford Motor Company Booth while the Fastback coupe will be show in the CDC booth.
Keep reading for details and high-res concept photos of both.
Classic Design Concepts will debut their “OUTLAW” package for the all-new 2015 Mustang at upcoming SEMA show in Las Vegas. CDC will show not one, but two groundbreaking builds. The first is a ‘15 Mustang convertible which will be featured in the Ford Motor Company SEMA booth (#22200). The second build is a ‘15 Mustang fastback, which will be shown in the Classic Design Concepts booth (#21255). CDC is an innovative leader in the manufacture of styling and performance parts for American muscle cars.
“We look forward to unveiling our OUTLAW packages for the all-new 2015 Mustang, which has already become a hit among enthusiasts worldwide,” said George Huisman, president of CDC. “Our studio designed a package that is stylish and distinctive, yet easy to install. The package gives the new Mustang a sleek, aggressive look with the quality of OEM fit and finish. The OUTLAW equipped Mustang gives owners the opportunity to customize their new car right out of the box.”
The OUTLAW package features a radical new front spoiler and splitter, performance grille, side rockers and splitters, roof spoiler (coupe only), decklid spoiler, signature lightbar, hood struts and 20” OUTLAW flow form forged wheels. The functional side rockers add Ford’s inverse cooling system to the rear brakes. Additional options for the package include performance exhaust system, Kicker audio components, Ford Racing/Roush supercharger, Wilwood brakes, Steeda lowering springs, Alea leather specialists custom interior and Nitto Invo tires.
“We picked up production to coincide with the 2015 car show season,” said Huisman. “Enthusiasts should connect with their local installer or Ford dealer to add an OUTLAW package to their car.”