Following the unveiling of the Henrik Fisker designed Galpin Fisker Rocket at last year’s Los Angeles Auto Show, the first official production variant has just been unveiled.
Unlike the original display car, the first Galpin Fisker Rocket evidently features a gloss black paint job incorporating subtle ghost racing stripes running down the centre. Additionally, a set of gloss black wheels have been installed while bright red Brembo brake calipers are also visible.
Generally speaking, the bodykit adopted by the Fisker Rocket is made from lightweight carbon fibre. At the front, the grille has been completely remodelled by Fisker with an interesting hexagonal shape. Additionally, a new hood has been fitted with prominent air intakes. Meanwhile, the front bumper is completely new with it incorporating angular intakes. Other styling changes differentiating the 2015 Galpin Fisker Rocket from the run-of-the-mill 2015 Mustang are extended rear wheel arches, a prominent bootlid lip spoiler, new rear bumper and a more aggressive diffuser.
Galpin Auto Sports and Henrik Fisker didn’t just focus on the styling however as they also went about improving the performance of the car. To do this, the car’s 5.0-litre V8 has been supercharged with it now pumping out 725 hp. Beyond the aforementioned Brembo brakes, the Mustang based Rocket also features a custom suspension setup.