The 2012 Mustang Boss® Laguna Seca was named among the Best of the Best 2012: Coupes and GTs by the Robb Report.
Born in 1969, the Mustang Boss 302 was originally developed by Ford to rival its Chevrolet competition and compete in the Trans-Am series. Its second generation, in 2012, marked major revisions including powerful engine choices, a responsive 6-speed transmission and tailored interior options.
The 2012 Boss 302 Laguna Seca was upgraded even further. Additions like optional RECARO® racing seats, TORSEN® helical differential and front-air splitter make it the ultimate purpose-built track Mustang.
According to Robert Ross of the Robb Report, “In an age of paddle-shift automatics, button-controlled suspension modes, shift-mapping software, and driver-tuned exhausts, the Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca is a welcome throwback to the get-in-and-drive days of its progenitor.”
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