SEMA 2011: Webasto’s 300 Series Sunroof, Fallen Soldiers ’11 Mustang
The best part of these Webasto units is the high build quality, the solid network of installers, and the solid warranty.
The Hollandia 300 Series is an electric, spoiler-style sunroof that fits a wide variety of vehicles, including the new 2011+ Ford Mustang. These units sport a tilted Venus glass panel that reflects 99 percent of UV radiation, 80 percent of light, and 97 percent of heat. As well, they feature a wind-deflector for great aerodynamics and can be programmed to open to your favorite positions.
On display in the Webasto booth is a special edition ‘Fallen & Wounded Soldiers’ 2011 Ford Mustang, which Webasto and MRT teamed up on to bring awareness to the Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund and honors wounded soldiers from every branch of our great military. The car has been fitted with a Roush supercharger and JLT cold air intake with VMP’s custom tune, MRT MaxFlow H-pipe and Interceptor axle-back exhaust, McLeod twin-disc clutch, and a Barton short-throw shifter.
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Suspension upgrades include H&R coilovers, an MRT rear handling package, SSBC Performance brakes, and Modulare forged 20-inch custom three-piece wheels wrapped in Toyo Tires.
Along with a host of other exterior and interior modifications is Webasto’s Hollandia 322 Series sunroof, with great features like key-off auto close, programmable positioning, wind deflector, Venus glass with UV protection, and a color matched sliding sunshade.
“The best part of these Webasto units is the high build quality, the solid network of installers, and the solid warranty. And Webast also boasts the largest product line of automatic sunroofs in the industry,” says Webasto’s Josh Lupu.
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