Ford Mustang ‘X-1’ and Dodge Challenger ‘Vapor’ Revealed
American tuners Galpin Auto sports have created two customs for the U.S. Air Force to wheel out on their 2009 Super Car Tour.
The first vehicle, known as the â€˜X-1,â€™ is based on a Ford Mustang. It has been painted in matte-pearlescent and features a single-driver ejections seat in the center. It also features a short shift flight stick, an advanced instrument panel that will confuse the heck out of you, a motorized steering wheel, a GPS transponder, and a touch screen monitor that displays night and thermal vision. X-1 has the ability to throttle 500-hp.
The 2nd is The Dodge Challenger Vapor -Â The â€˜Vaporâ€™ actually features a custom stealth exhaust mode that allows you to drive the Challenger in complete silence. If thatâ€™s not enough to get you jumping out of your seat, the Vapor also carries an advanced computer system with remote control UAV-type access from anywhere in the world using the internet. The Vapor also comes with two custom flight helmets.
Both cars will be used as recruitment tools for the military outfit. Both vehicles will be used during a marketing campaign by the U.S. Air Force to educate young people on the mechanical and technical career opportunities available within the Air Force.