ROUSH Performance created the original WWII P-51 warbird inspired P-51 Mustang in 2008. Today we reincarnate the beast with 727 HP and the ROUSH R7 Styling.
Equipped with a 5.0L Ti-VCT engine and Phase 2 ROUSH Supercharger, this vehicle totals it's power numbers to 727 HP and 610 lb-ft TQ!

*Prototype ROUSH P51 Mustang shown.


    • Arsene Wagner
      Arsene Wagner

      And when you look ROUSH performance than you Must look the 2017 ROUSH P-51 Mustang that is a Jack Roush MUSTANG A BIEST off the Road .ars With his 727 HP you are note in a Raptor you have the sensation you drive an Flyer.That is a Mustang From Jack Roush and he has Other look by Roush performance and you find what you search.Thank you Mister Roush that you construct +/-45 YEARS with all the wonderful Cars and Truck's and Racing-cars and our performance you Make million people HAPPY. MISTER Jack Roush SENIOR YOU ARE AN GREAT MEAN .THANCK YOU.ars.

      about 4 months ago
    • julius ceasar
      julius ceasar

      nice job jack but i do thing you should have offered two browning .50 caliber machine guns ,one out of each rear window with 400 round clips for the serious enthueist.

      about 10 months ago
    • michael berger
      michael berger

      I have the 727 hp package on my 2015 gt, love it but it has no warranty and it is really too bad that you are not going to go with the phase 3 like you said at the start.

      about 11 months ago
    • ROUSHperformance
      ROUSHperformance In reply to michael berger

      Glad to hear your are enjoying your Mustang! If you are interested in taking it to the next level, we can recommend a few performance shops depending on your location.

      about 11 months ago
    • steelraine1

      What’s the top speed of the P-51 ?

      about 11 months ago
    • Ancelmo Fajardo
      Ancelmo Fajardo

      I dont understand why put so much horse power on regular 2 wheels the most logical thing to do is build em all wheel drive for better traction! To much push from the rear can easly loose control! More horsepower requires more traction! make this cars awd

      about 1 year ago
    • julius ceasar
      julius ceasar In reply to Ancelmo Fajardo

      your right you dont understand

      about 1 year ago
    • Eric B
      Eric B

      Didn't he crash a plane?

      about 1 year ago
    • CoyotePowered5.0

      I've seen previous Mustang generations that they made a P-51 edition and every single one would be a dream to even stand next to!

      about 1 year ago
    • Sean Armstrong
      Sean Armstrong

      I bought the Roush P-51 Mustang a couple weeks ago #37/51.. Unbelievable performance and handling

      about 1 year ago

      I'm not a mustang guy but boy I tell you the Roush performance engineering is by far my favorite

      about 2 years ago
    • Korey Lockhart
      Korey Lockhart In reply to GALLO FINO

      GALLO FINO they do all of Chevy's supercharger work too it's all their tunes just chevy spins it so their names on it best tuning performance company out ther

      about 1 year ago
    • MustangConnection1

      Awesome tribute, we are in the process of starting a 1965 Mustang Fastback p-51 tribute.

      about 2 years ago
    • Justin Marrero
      Justin Marrero

      Dodge demon weakness

      about 2 years ago
    • TALM Productions
      TALM Productions

      what a fucking awesome car

      about 2 years ago
    • JC Fireman
      JC Fireman


      about 2 years ago
    • stack those bananas
      stack those bananas

      looks tasty but those olive green wheels don't go I'm sorry, but that could be changed if the owner cared enough.

      about 2 years ago
    • Fraser Henderson
      Fraser Henderson

      The Merlin in the Mustang was a thirsty worker. The Mustang was equipped with enormous fuel tanks and drop tanks. It was largely designed as a long range escort.

      about 2 years ago
    • Sidney Isais
      Sidney Isais

      I work in the aviation industry customizing private and commercial airplanes. I love meeting everyone who travels the skies. Although I've noticed that most people I've met in this industry typically love airplanes more than cars. I wish to meet Jack Roush someday because he's part of that small group of people who love cars just as much as they love airplanes. He's really an inspiration.

      about 2 years ago
      SPCLPONY In reply to Sidney Isais

      I was able to get Jack Roush and Mark Martin's autographs at a fan appreciation breakfast in the 90's at Watkins Glen International here in my neck of the woods. I bought a 'driver' 1968 California Special Mustang in the summer of 86' and finally was able to restore it to my tastes in the early 2000's. Long story short, I always wanted to get Carroll Shelby or Jack Roush to autograph something on my car, but never acted on it. Two years ago I met a gentleman from Texas who was visiting his family that I was friendly with. Turns out that 'Joe' was a Korean War era P-51 Mustang pilot! He was shot down in "Lil' Joe" and was rescued. He transitioned into the F-86 Sabre jet fighter after that. After a few times meeting him while sitting around a backyard fire, I asked him if he would sign the dashboard of my Mustang.... and he cried a little. The next day he granted my wish. I took Joe (and some of his family) to a military air show that weekend where 2 P-51's attended and Joe was a hit with the plane owners and crowd when they found out he used to fly one. When Joe returned home to Texas, he mailed a picture of his P-51 "Lil' Joe" to me. I had the picture copied into a small magnet that I put on my dashboard next to his signature. I have an open invitation to visit him anytime. Hoping to sit around his Texas campfire this May!

      about 6 months ago
    • Tommy Sturgis
      Tommy Sturgis

      I have one suggestion Love the car but would look better with the rear spoiler same color as wheels and striving to make it look more balanced

      about 2 years ago
    • Tommy Sturgis
      Tommy Sturgis In reply to Tommy Sturgis

      I would love to have one with a wounded warrior graphics theme that is something I may have to do on my own. Hope all is well and hope to see you guys soon

      about 2 years ago
    • Tommy Sturgis
      Tommy Sturgis In reply to Tommy Sturgis

      Sounds great ! I am looking forward to hopefully getting a new Roush from Dad soon. He has been at auto fair all week representing Roush in Concord NC

      about 2 years ago
    • ROUSHperformance
      ROUSHperformance In reply to Tommy Sturgis

      Tommy, this is a pre-production model shown in this video. The production model will be along the lines of your suggestion.

      about 2 years ago
    • Louis Alonzo
      Louis Alonzo


      about 2 years ago
    • Bennie Mabe
      Bennie Mabe

      What Will be the Cost of a P-51 ROUSH Mustang 🛩🛩🛩

      about 2 years ago
    • AKAT1980
      AKAT1980 In reply to Bennie Mabe

      @Wendy Bowling
      Well nevermind then, out of my price range.

      about 10 months ago
    • Wendy Bowling
      Wendy Bowling In reply to Bennie Mabe

      Bennie Mabe 93,000

      about 1 year ago
    • Eric Haley
      Eric Haley

      Beautiful car. I would love to own one of these bad whips

      about 2 years ago
    • Alexander Huerta
      Alexander Huerta

      What's the torque?

      about 2 years ago
    • ROUSHperformance
      ROUSHperformance In reply to Alexander Huerta

      610 TQ!

      about 2 years ago
    • Pete Medina
      Pete Medina

      Beautiful car I actually like it even tho I'm not a big fan of the new gen mustangs nice work.

      about 2 years ago
    • robfrmny21

      One nazi disliked this video

      about 2 years ago
    • Ced 03
      Ced 03 In reply to robfrmny21

      It's Hitler himself

      about 5 months ago
    • AKAT1980
      AKAT1980 In reply to robfrmny21

      13 Nazi's now lol.

      about 10 months ago
    • AKF .gaming
      AKF .gaming In reply to robfrmny21

      haps never saw the p-51

      about 2 years ago
    • Andrzej Kostera
      Andrzej Kostera

      The P-51 Mustang is my favorite out of all the warbirds of WWII...and what better way to pay tribute than in a Mustang...Roush out did themselves again!

      about 2 years ago
    • Ryan
      Ryan In reply to Andrzej Kostera

      Andrzej Kostera if I remember right, Jack Roush crashed his P-51 a few years ago. I know he crashed flying but can’t remember for sure if he was in his P-51 but I think he was.

      about 1 year ago
    • jagervw

      Yes! That is great to see; this model lives again. Thank you!

      about 2 years ago
    • Abrian


      about 2 years ago