While awaiting the debut of the new generation Mustang, German tuner, Reifen Koch, started its work on a Mustang that debuted 40 years after the original: the 2005 Mustang V. Their package is called the "Konquistador" and features the 4.6 liter V8 engine with an impressive output of 414 HP. This is a 114 HP increase over the car’s standard 300 HP.

The muscle car was given a mean, exterior upgrade worthy of being called a conqueror. It includes a Cervini body kit that consists of new bumpers and side sills, a new bonnet, and a small rear spoiler. The kit continues with the addition of a specially featured exhaust system which includes side pipes at both ends, KW-coilovers with electrically lifting axles, and an HLS (Hydraulic Lift System) Kit. The entire setup goes for €8,000 (or about $10,450 at the current rates). The tuner has also installed a new set of 20" Gotham wheels combined with a high performance Brembo braking system, which will run customers an additional €4,500 ( or about $5,875 at the current rates).

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