By the Numbers


RoushRow377x283 0        The total added gas guzzler tax on a ROUSH® 2010 Mustang with a manual transmission



1        Number of Daytona 500 wins by Jack Roush (2009)

2        The maximum number of people allowed in the front seat of a ROUSH® Mustang during operation


3        Different models of ROUSH® 2010 Mustangs at launch (Stage 1™, Stage 2™ and 427R™)


5        Generations of ROUSH® Mustangs

6        Different weights of ROUSH® Motor Oil

10        Number of Daytona 24-Hour race wins by Jack Roush

10         Number of Attempts to win Daytona 24-Hour race



14        The number of months spent on the ROUSH® 2010 Mustang development


15        Different models of ROUSH® crate motors available

34        Number of professional motorsports championships won by Jack Roush



45        New tools developed for the ROUSH® 2010 Mustang (27 of those are for powertrain components)


50        State legality for ROUSH® propane F-150 and ROUSHcharger


61        The number of the KONI Sports Car Challenge ROUSH®/Valvoline Mustang driven by Jack Roush Jr.


78        The number of suppliers supporting the ROUSH® 2010 Mustang program


151        Number of ROUSH® P-51A™ Mustangs that were built

391        Number of professional motorsports wins that Jack Roush has accumulated*

427        As in 427R™, the most popular model in the history of the ROUSH® Mustang lineup

400       Approximate number of ROUSH®-authorized Ford dealers in North America


435        Horsepower on the ROUSH® 2010 427R™ Mustang


510        The highest horsepower in a production ROUSH® Mustang (2009 P-51A™ and 2009 P-51B™)

650        Horsepower rating of the ROUSH® 588R crate engine


1,400        Approximate number of high-performance ROUSH® parts available for sale, including those for the 2010 Mustang


1,615        Pages of editorial on ROUSH® products since 2006*

1994        Year of the first ROUSH® Mustang

2,000        Approximate number of ROUSH® employees worldwide


11,600        Number of man hours spent on initial designs, clay modeling, styling, CAD drafting, and Class A surfacing for the ROUSH® 2010 Mustang


16,000        Approximate number of ROUSH® vehicles on the road

300,000        Selling price for the only convertible ROUSH® P-51A™ Mustang ever made (sale made during the 2008 Muhammad Ali Celebrity Fight Night charity auction)

19,000,000    Total dollars spent on the Mustang by ROUSH® Performance since 2005 (includes R&D, tooling, marketing, etc.)

*As of March 26, 2009






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ROUSH Performance
ROUSH Performance
ROUSH Performance, a division of Roush Enterprises, designs, engineers and manufactures completely assembled pre-titled vehicles, aftermarket performance parts, and superchargers for the global performance enthusiast market. Based in Plymouth Township, Michigan, ROUSH Performance was founded in 1995 by motorsports legend Jack Roush.

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  • Samuel Nelson
    Samuel Nelson

    I a suggestion for the next or future car name to be: Mad Stallion or Super Horse, with an upgrade of possible V-10 700HP. Making it lower to the ground for better to handler, and also kicking the big boy Vette's butt. This is my thought, many other may see it diffence.

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