What Is the Steeda Q525?Last Updated July 21, 2021 | Andrew Boyle
Unveiled in 2006 for around $62,000 was the Steeda Q525 Mustang. The Steeda Q525 featured a 5.0L modular V8 engine that was capable of producing 500 horsepower. The exterior included a Steeda competition front fascia, full cowl induction hood, and rear race wing.
Ford and Hertz teamed up in 1966 for a "Rent-a-Racer" promotion with the "H" in Shelby GT-H standing for Hertz. The promotion was revived two more times, once 40 years after the first promotion in 2006 and again in 2016.
The Sprint Edition Mustang was targeted towards female car buyers to help boost six-cylinder sales in the late 1960s. This edition Mustang was available in coupe, convertible and fastback with the option to select manual or automatic transmission.
Designed for those that wanted a little extra "attitude" the Stinger Edition Mustang featured some good exterior upgrades. The most interesting upgrades were found inside as the interior featured ostrich leather.
The Ski Country Special Mustang was only available for the 1967 Mustang at ten dealers in the Denver area. This Mustang was upgraded for better winter driving which included snow tires, ski racks, and an equa-lock rear axle. The Ski Country Special came in five unique colors not available anywhere else.