Despite the release of the 7th gen Ford Mustang, the 4th-generation New Edge hasn’t lost any of its points in, terms of popularity among the enthusiasts. The exterior design of this car seems to be aging pretty well, and its edgy and brutal shape still looks attractive. Plus, with the recent resurgence in popularity of 90s fashion, it’s no surprise that these Mustangs are becoming more popular again.
Today, we’re featuring another special New Edge Mustang build that features a lot of must-have modifications for the 4th gen owners.
As you may have noticed from the perfect stance and ground-hugging appearance, this slammed 2002 Mineral Grey Mustang sits on Airlift air suspension with 3P management, which allowed the owner to get the wheel fitment more dialed in and achieve that awesome bagged look.
The wheels are ESR CS15 sized 18×10.5 with +22 offset all around, wrapped in 225/40/18 tires up front and 245/35/18 on the rear.
The exterior of the cart didn’t remain stock either. Upfront, you’ll notice the Saleen front bumper with a Magic drift lip kit, Carbon Mach grille delete, Terminator Cobra hood, and custom headlights with LED DRLs. 03-04 Cobra side skirts, Carbon window cowling, and sequential taillights continue the theme on the back of the car.
Inside, you’ll find the Villante steering wheel with NRG quick release/ hub, NRG Prisma seats and SR Performance short shifter.
Among the performance upgrades on this 2V GT are SR Performance cold air intake and BBK 35mm throttle body to improve the engine aspiration and squeeze a couple of extra horsepower.
Specs – Bagged 2002 Ford Mustang New Edge
- ESR CS15 wheels 18×10.5 +22
- Federal tires 245/35/18 rear
- Toyo tires 225/40/18 front
- Airlift 3p air suspension
- 03-04 cobra hood
- 03-04 cobra spoiler
- 03-04 carbon cobra side skirts
- Carbon window cowling
- Carbon Mach grille delete
- Saleen front bumper
- Magic drift lip kit
- Villante steering wheel
- NRG Prisma seat
- NRG quick release/ hub
- SR Performance short shifter
- SR Performance cold air intake
- Bbk 35mm throttle body
- Sequential taillights
- DRL headlights
This Mustang is a perfect example of why the New Edge is still popular today. The edgy and aggressive design is timeless, and with the recent resurgence in popularity of 90s fashion, it’s no surprise that these Mustangs are becoming more popular again. If you’re thinking about picking one up, make sure to check out our blog for more tips on how to find the perfect one for you.
Watch the progress and find out more about this Ford Mustang New Edge project by visiting the Instagram profile of the owner: @jacobs2v!
Stay tuned for more project reviews on MuscleCarDNA.com – Follow us on social media, and share this write-up if you enjoyed reading it!
Automotive journalist and technical writer with more than 10 years of experience. Specialized in aftermarket parts and performance modifications. Loves everything on four wheels and obsessed with modified muscle cars, both classic and modern.