Our test car featured a stock Coyote engine with Roush’s Eaton-designed Roushcharger 2.3-liter TVS supercharger. Rated at 575 hp and 505 lb-ft of torque, our test car put down around 500 hp at the wheels. Of course, a Ford Racing Aluminator engine is on the option sheet, in Phase 2 (625 hp) and Phase 3 (675 hp) offerings. Even with the standard Coyote offering, it boasts a Roush high-efficiency intercooler and an OE-style PCM calibration. The driveability of Roush Performance Mustangs is one thing we’ve always celebrated. With our test car, we had zero issues from a driveability standpoint.