The race-inspired Ford Mustang BOSS 302 Laguna Seca package is a force to be reckoned with. While the new 2013 model sports some changes, most of the car remains as it was in 2012. The colored roof has been nixed so no more complaints about that. (However, some people will probably complain about the no colored roof option)
This 2013 model year has the vintage color, School Bus Yellow, that was available on the old school BOSS 302s. The Laguna Seca model will also feature Sterling Gray accents and the reflective hockey stick stripes with two-tone gray and silver wheels. Also, gray accents in the front grille, mirror caps, and rear pedestal spoiler are some additional options.
The new BOSS 302 will only have a two-year run just like the original BOSS 302. Coming in 2014 (the 2015 models) for the 50th anniversary, a new Mustang will likely be brought to the table. The Laguna Seca model also features a beefier suspension setup. Besides that, the side sills match the paint body and the rear features new LED tail lamps with smoked lens, xenon headlights and LED accent lights.
Here’s a walk around video of the brand new black 2013 BOSS 302 Laguna Seca up close and personal. Get a glimpse of the new Laguna Seca exterior and interior, plus a start up to hear that race-ready exhaust rumble. Here’s a nice up close look for interested in seeing what the new LS is all about!
What do you think of the new BOSS 302 Laguna Seca?