Your Mustang's grille has a huge effect on its "face" and acts as its first impression. How do you want your Mustang to appear? Sleek and refined? Aggressive and race-inspired? No matter what look you're going for, there's a grille that can complement that build.
Bullitt-style grilles are popular in part because of their emblem-delete. The result is a sleek and simple front. This is further accentuated by the honeycomb grille pattern, which keeps airflow unimpeded.
As great as they look, grilles also serve an important function. They draw cool air in from the outside, helping to keep the engine in its ideal operating temperature. High-quality aftermarket grilles preserve the airflow and aerodynamics of your Mustang's front end. Since you want your Mustang to perform and look great, it's worth investing in a grille that can deliver both.
The material your grille is made out of is also important. Grilles come in everything from polyurethane to carbon fiber. Carbon fiber options are attractive and offer a lot of weight savings. But every material has its own pros and cons.
Grilles have always been a popular aftermarket upgrade for Mustangs. Even though the factory grille looks great, it's an easy area to personalize to create a custom look that's unmatched by any factory-fresh Mustang.