What is the Revology Mustang?
The Revology Mustang is the world’s first reproduction of the original Mustang. It is a brand-new authorized replica vehicle that looks like an original Mustang, but is designed and built using modern technology and materials for significantly improved performance, reliability, and comfort.
How is the car sold and registered?
The Revology Mustang is sold as a rolling chassis, without engine or transmission. It is registered as a replica in the U.S. based on individual state requirements for the registration of replica motor vehicles.
Can Revology build a Revology Mustang from an original 1965-1968 Mustang?
Yes. Since the Revology Mustang dimensions are identical to the original Mustang, it is possible to rebuild an original Mustang to Revology specifications.
Can the Revology Mustang be registered in California?
Yes. The Revology Mustang may be registered for use in California under the SB100 Title and Registration program.
What do Ford and Shelby think of Revology?
All Revology Mustangs and Shelby GTs are officially licensed by Ford and Shelby, respectively. Revology Cars is the first and presently one of the only two companies authorized by Ford to build reproduction Mustangs from 1965-1970. Revology is one of only four companies worldwide authorized to build licensed reproduction Shelby GTs.
Does the Revology Mustang meet current Federal Motor Vehicle Safety (FMVSS) standards?
No. It is impossible to meet current FMVSS given the constraints of the 1960s vehicle architecture. However, the Revology Mustang platform features many passive safety improvements not available in the original cars, including three-point driver and passenger seat belts, a dual-circuit braking system, a collapsible steering shaft, a fuel pump inertia switch, a 16-gauge steel trunk floor, and optional driver and passenger head restraints.
Does the Revology Mustang have airbags?
No. It is impossible to fit airbags without substantially altering the appearance of the car. However, the Revology Mustang platform features many passive safety improvements not available in the original cars, including three-point driver and passenger seat belts, a dual-circuit braking system, a collapsible steering shaft, a fuel pump inertia switch, a 16-gauge steel trunk floor, and optional driver and passenger head restraints.
Does the Revology Mustang have ABS brakes?
No. Although it is theoretically possible to design an ABS brake package for the Revology Mustang platform, the high development cost cannot be amortized over the low production volumes of a limited edition, hand-built automobile such as this. However, the Revology Mustang platform features many active safety features not available in the original cars, including four-wheel power disc brakes, power rack and pinion steering, performance radial tires, and bright LED exterior lighting, including brake lights approximately 10 times brighter than the originals.
When was Revology founded? By who?
Revology started operations in 2014 and garnered extensive publicity and praise for the quality and execution of its 1966 Mustang convertible concept, exhibited at the prestigious Amelia Island Concours in 2015. Revology was founded by Tom Scarpello, whose long career in the automotive industry includes experience as leader of the Special Vehicle Team at Ford and senior management roles at Jaguar, Nissan and Infiniti. This background gave Scarpello the experience and deep knowledge of the many automotive industry disciplines, from manufacturing to marketing, needed to start a car company of his own.
How many employees are there at Revology?
As of May 2019, the company has 35 employees, including a three-member management team with extensive OEM experience from brands including Ford, Honda, and Nissan.
How many cars have been delivered so far, and how many cars are in production?
Revology Mustangs have been purchased by enthusiasts in the U.S., Europe and Asia, who are attracted by a vehicle that combines the revered design of the original with the latest hardware and technology. As of May 2019, Revology Cars had delivered 33 cars to clients in the U.S. and around the world. At any given time, the company has twelve cars in production. To see our builds, please check our Revology Registry page.
What is the production lead time and is there any backlog?
Vehicle production takes about six months. As of May 2019, the company has an order backlog of about 3-4 months, which equates to a total order-to-delivery time of about 9-10 months.
What is the warranty coverage?
The Revology Mustang bumper-to-bumper warranty is for one year with unlimited mileage. In addition, the powertrain (engine, transmission, and rear end) carries a two-year warranty and the body is covered for five years against rust and corrosion.
Will Revology offer reproductions of other generation Mustangs and/or Shelbys in the future?
We started with the 1964½-1966 models, because those were the first iconic Mustangs. Since then we have launched 1966 Shelby GT350, 1967 Shelby GT500, and 1968 GT 2+2 Fastback. In the future, we will build whatever our customers want, so if there is enough demand for the later models, we certainly will build them.
Does Revology sell parts?
Yes. We have been so busy with vehicle production that we haven’t gotten our parts business officially rolling yet, but we do intend to offer parts and parts kits to the aftermarket during 2019 Stay tuned!
Does Revology build hot rods and custom cars?
No. Revology is not a hot rod shop, we are a vehicle manufacturer. However, we do have the capability in-house to design and build virtually anything, so there may be an exception made for a particularly interesting project.
How can I have confidence that the quality and workmanship will be of the highest standard?
All Revology Mustangs use the same set of proven components and go through a standardized build process. We have made a large investment in the development of our 1965-68 Mustang platform to ensure the highest quality, reliability, and durability. Revology has produced more consecutive ’66 Mustangs than anyone since Ford in 1966. As they say, do one thing, do it well.
Can I test drive a Revology Mustang prior to buying one?
Yes, if we have a vehicle available. At this time we do not have any unsold inventory; 100% of our production is dedicated to firm customer orders.
What is the payment schedule?
Payment is made in four equal installments. The first 1/4 payment is made upon submission of the initial production order. The next 1/4 payment is made when the body goes into production. The next 1/4 payment is made when the body is painted, and the last 1/4 installment is made upon delivery.
What is the resale value of the Revology Mustang?
The Revology Mustang is too new to have established a resale value history. However, considering this is an extremely rare, hand-built automobile, built 100% to order, and that we have had an order backlog ever since we started production, we expect resale will be excellent. Resale value is a function of supply and demand. We know we build a luxury product and exclusivity is an important part of that. We will always be demand-driven, not supply-driven.
Where can I have my Revology Mustang serviced?
Revology Mustangs can be serviced at any Ford dealership, and indeed at virtually any independent shop that is capable of servicing both early and late model Mustangs.
Where can I have warranty work performed?
Warranty work can be completed at any participating Ford dealership in the U.S. and Canada or any independent shop that is capable of servicing both early and late model Mustangs. Warranty claims are paid by Revology directly to the service provider so the process is seamless for the customer.
What engines do you offer?
Revology Mustangs and Shelbys are available with the 435HP Ford 5.0L Ti-VCT DOHC “Coyote” engine, 460HP Ford 5.0L Ti-VCT DOHC “Coyote” engine, or the 600HP ROUSH Performance RSC 5.0L Ti-VCT DOHC “Coyote” supercharged and intercooled engine.
Would you install the engine of my choice?
No. The Revology Mustangs and Shelbys were designed and tested with the current production engines and are only available with these engines.
What type of fuel does the Revology Mustang use?
All Revology Mustangs are designed to run on Premium Unleaded fuel, 91 octane rating or higher.
What type of mileage can I expect?
Revology has not run the official EPA cycle, but our test cars typically turn in an average of 16-18 mpg combined city and highway, depending on how they are driven.
What colors are available?
Virtually all of the original Mustang colors, from the 1960s to the present, are available. Custom colors can be specified at extra cost.
After I make my first installment payment, what assurance do I have that my car will actually be built on time, as specified?
Revology Cars will keep you notified of the production status of your car through a password-protected owner portal. When your car goes into production, photos will be posted periodically so you can monitor progress. Just like in the Ford factory, all cars are assigned a factory build sheet when the customer order is signed off. All cars will be built strictly according to the factory build sheet.
Does Revology offer factory tours?
No. As much as we would like to, at this time, we are not able to accommodate the many requests from Mustang and classic car enthusiasts for a factory tour.