A six-speed manual is standard and an automatic transmission will be optional. Deliveries start in the spring, with California’s Galpin Auto Sports handling distribution as VLF seeks more partners. Spending $120,000 on a custom Mustang sounds crazy, but the package you get is pretty sweet. The V8 engine has been upgraded with a supercharger, giving it a power output of 725 hp and 700 lb-ft of torque. Top speed is 200 mph and 0-60 mph happens in just 3.5 seconds, with 15-inch Brembos providing the stopping power. The carbon fiber body was designed by Fisker and is an improvement over the standard ‘Stang, especially that front end. The Rocket V8 comes in both coupe and convertible. No word on if the convertible costs more.